"The ancient redwood trees of Northern California, huge as they are, have a very shallow root system, yet they cannot be blown over by the strongest wind. The secret of their stability is the interweaving of each tree's roots with those that stand by it. Thus, a vast network of support is formed just beneath the surface. In the wildest of storms, these trees hold each other up."
Cancer and its treatment can be a stressful time for cancer patients, their family and friends. A little support and caring can make these times easier. We are there to lend a helping hand, to listen to concerns, to address fears, and to provide information. Whether a person is recently diagnosed, on treatment, or in remission, talking with others who understand can make all the difference. You don't have to do it alone; we are there for you.