ACS Look Good, Feel Better
Look Good, Feel Better is a FREE program sponsored by the American Cancer Society. The program teaches women undergoing cancer treatment beauty techniques to overcome treatment related side effects. Registration is required at 720-848-0316.
Brain Tumor Support Group
Free support group for patients, family and friends impacted by a diagnosis of a brain tumor. This group meets the first Wednesday of each month. Facilitators: Wendy Clyne, PsyD and Susanne Cook, RN. Please call 720-848-0316 for more information.
Colorectal Cancer Roundtable
In partnership with COLONTOWN™, the home of compassionate survivorship, the University of Colorado Cancer Center is hosting a Colorectal Cancer Survivorship Support Roundtable. The Roundtable will be a unique opportunity for patients, family members, and survivors to share their thoughts in a confidential and supportive environment. Please call 720-848-0316 for more information.
Nutrition and Cancer Lecture Series
Join the Cancer Center for a timely lecture on nutrition and the impact it can have on cancer. Taught by a nutritionist who specializes in working with cancer patients. For more information contact 720-848-0316.
Patient and Caregiver Education Class
On the 2nd Wednesday of each month, please join us for a presentation on the services and resources available in the Cancer Center when you or your loved one is being treated for cancer. Registration is required. Please call 720-848-8091 or email email@example.com to register. On the 4th Wednesday of each month, please join us for presentations by oncology nurses, pharmacists, a nutritionist, and other Cancer Center staff providing general information on treatment options, side effects, and nutrition. Information to help manage the side effects of cancer and its treatment will also be provided. Registration is required. Please contact 720-848-8091 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Prostate Cancer Support Group
The Prostate Support Group meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month from 6 pm to 7:30 pm in Room 3007 of the Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Institute. Topics vary each month, please contact the Cancer Resource Center at 720-848-0316 for more information.
Survivorship 101 Lecture Series: Chemotherapy and the Brain
Sometimes people experience a mental cloudiness during or after cancer treatment. They may notice they have trouble remembering things, that it takes longer to do certain tasks, or they have more difficulty multitasking. Researchers are making progress towards understanding this phenomenon that is commonly referred to as chemobrain. Join us as we explore what the current research can tell us about chemobrain and what can be done to help if you or someone you know is experiencing it.
Survivorship 101 Lecture Series: Parenthood Options After Cancer
On Tuesday, May 28th, join us for a presentation as part of the Survivorship 101 Lecture Series titled "Fertile Future: Parenthood Options After Cancer". Laxmi Kondapalli, MD MSCE, leader of the Oncofertility Program at the CU Cancer Center, will talk about how cancer affects fertility and how to assess fertility status and fertility treatments.
The Men's Cancer Support Group
Supporting yourself and supporting others. Talking about your illness can be a powerful tool in learning to cope with it. For years men with cancer have kept it quiet, but that’s changing now, thanks to support groups specifically designed for men by men.