Chandra

Chandra Collins with Children

BREAST CANCER SURVIVOR When I was diagnosed, I had it all:  great family, good friends, a successful business in Walnut Creek, on the chamber board of directors.  And when I first went into treatment, I thought I could handle it, no problem.  After all, I’m strong, I’ve always been healthy, I’m in a healing profession […]

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Joyce

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CAREGIVER As a former caregiver, I am continuously meeting new friends, in a warm and inviting atmosphere of comfort and cleanliness.  I continue to volunteer, contributing to CSC  while enjoying classes of compassionate communication.  

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Tom, Maya & Simone

Santos Family

CAREGIVERS My wife Christine was diagnosed with cancer in September of 2012.  She’s not in this alone.  We love her so much, and we’re going to beat this with her.  But we needed help, and we’re so grateful that we found Cancer Support Community. Christine and I each joined the support groups for survivors and […]

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Joanne

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OVARIAN CANCER SURVIVOR When I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2001, a friend told me about Cancer Support Community.  I thought I didn’t need them because I had my family, my friends and my church.  Somewhere in my treatment, I changed my mind.  I’m glad I did. Thanks to the support I received from […]

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