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Colerectal and Ostomy Group (Fairhope)

Supportive care programming is a FREE service of the Mitchell Cancer Institute that encourages patients to explore those therapies that complement and strengthen all aspects of healing while undergoing cancer therapy.

Where:

Mitchell Cancer Institute Kilborn ClinicGet Directions

When:

Oct 20, 20205:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Cost:

Free

In Fairhope, meetings are from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. in the lobby of the USA MCI Kilborn Clinic, 1047 Fairhope Ave. A light meal is served. Enjoy great conversation and make new friends. Share knowledge and information. Learn from guest speakers.

Supportive care programming is a FREE service of the Mitchell Cancer Institute that encourages patients to explore those therapies that complement and strengthen all aspects of healing while undergoing cancer therapy. MCI hosts and offers several classes that are available to all patients. Groups are designed to educate the mind, strengthen the body, and nurture hope for current and former cancer patients, their family members and caregivers.

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For more information or to RSVP, call the MCI Event Line at (251) 445-9691.

Mitchell Cancer Institute Kilborn Clinic

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Additional Events

Sep242020

It's the 13th year for the USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute GO Run presented by the Catranis Family Charitable Foundation, and we are going virtual! That means you have the freedom to run wherever you'd like, whether it's on a treadmill, indoor track, or the great outdoors.

Sep292020

Hanes will discuss the different types of female urinary incontinence, which includes stress, urge and mixed incontinence, as well as various treatment options such as surgical repair. The event will be held virtually.

Oct22020

Nationally certified car seat technicians from USA Health will inspect car seats to ensure they are properly installed. First Friday of the month excluding holidays.

Oct42020

The USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute’s Think Pink Tea is a free annual celebration of breast cancer awareness — a commitment to patients, survivors, advocates, and the friends and family of those impacted by breast cancer.

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