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Calendar of Hope

At Norton Cancer Institute, our goal is to provide our patients and their families with a level of care that goes beyond disease treatment alone. That is why we offer extensive educational, physical and emotional support services for you and your family. Find information, comfort and hope to help ease stress through many of the offerings below.

Classes are offered two ways:

  1. Zoom webinar (attendees can see only the host)
  2. Zoom meeting (all attendees can choose to see one another)

You will need an internet-connected computer or mobile device and an email address to attend these classes. You will receive a Zoom link by email after you register.

Join Our Facebook Groups!

Search for the group name and click “Join Group.”

  • Norton Cancer Institute Adolescent and Young Adult Program
  • Norton Cancer Institute Breast Cancer Support Group
  • Norton Children’s Cancer Institute 7 West Warriors
  • Norton Children’s Cancer Institute Teen Warriors
  • Young Survivors of Louisville

Are You a Breast Cancer Survivor Looking for Support?

Calendar Join the Norton Cancer Institute Breast Cancer Support Group on Facebook. This group offers a safe venue where you can feel empowered and share experiences with others facing the same challenges. Search for the group name and click “Join Group.” If you are a breast cancer survivor diagnosed at age 45 or younger, the Young Survivors of Louisville group on Facebook offers hope and support. Search for the group name and click “Join Group.”

To find a Norton Cancer Institute Resource Center, click here.

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