Warrnambool session for cancer patients about how to live well

People living with cancer will have a chance to learn more about how they can live well at a unique education session in Warrnambool next week.

Warrnambool and District Community Hospice is hosting the session, which will be run by palliative care expert and hospice president Eric Fairbank.

Dr Fairbank said the session would help people, patients and families, who are facing cancer, to gain a better understanding of how to be able to live well. Topics will include living well, staying in charge, planning ahead, sorting out priorities, and using available resources well, including the internet. 

Eric Fairbank.

Eric Fairbank.

It will be held at the South West Regional Cancer Centre, Ryot Street, next Wednesday, November 30 from 10am-12.30pm. To register, phone Lu Butler between 9am-1pm on 0488 271 224.


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