Friday 16 October, 2020

Live Community Event – Relationships During and After Cancer

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Welcome to our second War On Cancer Live Community Event on October 23rd, 2020. We’ll be talking with Dag Härdfeldt and dive into how loved ones can be a better support to you going through cancer, and how you can better help them understand what you’re experiencing.

War On Cancer App aims to improve the wellbeing and mental health of everyone during and after cancer treatment, including loved ones. One step towards doing so is to offer practical advice on how to cope with cancer. In the first War On Cancer Live Event – a community webinar – co-founder and leukemia survivor Fabian Bolin meets with psychologist Dag Härdfeldt, within primary health care and at the app doctor KRY/LIVI.

Dag Härdfeldt has extensive experience from working with people newly diagnosed with cancer and in this 30-minute Live Event everyone from the War On Cancer App community will be able to listen in and receive practical advice on how to nurture your relationships with loved ones – what they can do to better support you, and how you can help them better understand what you’re going through.

We’ll open up the floor to any questions you want to ask, anonymous or not. Nothing is off limits. 

Details 
Tuesday October 23rd, 2020

  • ET (New York) 11am 
  • BST (UK) 4pm
  • CET (Stockholm) 5pm (17:00)

Sign up below ⬇ and see you there! 

Register here to join in on the free live event.

Upcoming WoC Live Events / Webinars:

Tuesday October 27 – Skincare and Make Up tips during cancer treatment with Look Good Feel Better. Register here

Thursday November 5 – Skincare and Make Up tips during cancer treatment with Look Good Feel Better.

Get the War On Cancer app to get the latest information about future topics covered in the WoC Live Events and check out our first Live Event about coping with a cancer diagnosis here.

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