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*The following support meetings are regularly held with trained facilitators. If the description of a meeting fits your interests, please click for more information.

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Regularly Held

Online Support Programs

This is a support meeting for all cancer patients in the evening of West Coast time. From those who have just been diagnosed to those who have already completed treatment, share information and feelings in Japanese regardless of age or gender. More Info

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Cancer Patients Support Meeting
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From those who have just been diagnosed with cancer to those who have already completed treatment, share information and feelings in Japanese regardless of age or gender.

(This meeting is for patients of a cancer other than breast and gynecological cancer.)

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Cancer Patients Support Meeting
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Any type of cancer is acceptable as long as you have a metastatic cancer. We share information and feelings in Japanese, such as how you are going through treatment every day, what you are worried about in your life, and how you are coping with it. *If you would like to participate, please register using the participation form that applies to the type of cancer you have. More Info

Metastatic Cancer
Patients Support Meeting
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Whether you are a woman who has just been diagnosed with cancer or you have already completed your treatment, why don't you join us and chat in Japanese about how you are spending your time these days?

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Women's Cancer Patients Cafe
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​We gather people from those who have just been diagnosed with breast cancer to those who have already completed treatment, and we discuss with everyone the information they need to receive treatment in the U.S. and share our feelings in Japanese.More Info

Breast Cancer Patients Support Meeting
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We share information and feelings in Japanese, from those who have just been diagnosed with ovarian, uterine or cervical cancer to those who have already completed treatment and need information.。→ More Info

 

Gynecological Cancer Patients Support Meeting
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*If you are fluent in Japanese and are interested in helping including the role of peer support leader, please register as a volunteer.。→ ボランティアフォーム

This program includes a Run/Walk for cancer survivors, yoga for those undergoing treatment and post-treatment, and other physical activities to help you return to your daily routine. This is a great opportunity for everyone to get together and socialize.

Currently, the program is held in the San Francisco Bay Area and Manhattan, New York. More Info

Health and Exercise Programs
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There are various types of autoimmune diseases, and symptoms and treatments vary from person to person, but this is a time to exchange information and encourage each other in Japanese on how to manage one's daily health condition and how to feel better. More Info

Autoimmune Diseases
Patients Support meeting
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Many of you caring for sick family members are probably feeling physically and mentally exhausted from your own life and the responsibilities of caring for a sick family member. This is a place where people attending to their sick family member(s) at the hospital in the U.S. or concerned about their parent's health in Japan can get together and casually talk about what they are doing.More Info

Caregiver’s Cafe
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If you have a child with special needs, if you have experience raising such a child, or if you are a professional who provides this support, share your feelings and exchange information with those who are at a loss as to where to go and whom to ask, or if you have concerns about hospitals or educational institutions. More Info

Special Needs
Support Meeting
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This is a place for seniors who tend to isolate themselves in their homes to relax. We will welcome U.S. geriatricians and specialists to interact with everyone and provide tips on staying healthy in the U.S., as well as advice on senior concerns and health issues. Family members who have a loved one in need of care are also welcome to attend. Those who would like to have someone to talk to or friends of the same generation are also welcome to join us. 

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Senior Cafe
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