The Bosom Buddies Breast Cancer Support Group meets every Wednesday from noon to 1:00 PM at 645 South 5th Street in Montrose.
Many women and men just don’t know how to deal with a breast cancer diagnosis. We want anyone affected by breast cancer, from the newly-diagnosed to the 20-year-survivor, to know that there is a place where you can go to express your feelings and concerns with others who do understand.
In addition to emotional support, the support group meetings also help with discussing practical problems such as issues with the family, work, school, and the side effects of treatment.
Julie: “When I was first diagnosed, I just wanted to talk with someone who had been through it all. I had so many questions about the treatments and what lay ahead for me. Coming to these meetings makes me feel so much better and gives me the encouragement to get through it.“
Carla: “I researched breast cancer on the internet and it scared me so much because it was all so negative. This group gives me hope.“
Linda: “These meetings give me strength. I had so many questions when I started treatment and I just did not know who to ask. The support I received here helped me find the answers.”
Francie: “I was diagnosed on a Tuesday; came to a support meeting on Wednesday; and had surgery on Friday. That one meeting helped me prepare for the surgery and what came afterwards. Losing a breast is traumatic and it helps so much to talk.“
Come to a support group meeting. We can help.
Once again, The Bosom Buddies Breast Cancer Support Group meets every Wednesday from noon to 1:00 PM at 645 South 5th Street in Montrose. For information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 970-252-2777