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  • Anticancer Lifestyle Program

    Are you a cancer survivor? This 12-week program is designed to help you transform your lifestyle through diet, fitness, mindset, environment and change. Learn more at anticancerlifestyle.org.

  • Certified Mastectomy Fittings

    If you have had breast surgery, you are eligible for a free appointment to be fitted for a prosthetic.

  • Guided Imagery

    Use your imagination to take you to a calm, peaceful place through one of three complementary guided imagery sessions available to cancer patients in treatment.

  • Pedaling for Payson

    A special fundraising event September 14, 2019 from 7 am - 4 pm at Elm Brook Park in Hopkinton, NH. Benefits: Nurse Navigation at Payson Center for Cancer Care.

  • Pouch Talk Ostomy Support

    It takes time to adjust to living with an ostomy. Our ostomy group members offer real life experience and support to help you maintain your quality of life.

  • Reiki for Cancer Survivors & Their Caregivers

    Reiki may help ease tension, stress and anxiety associated with a cancer diagnosis, as well reduce pain, distress and unease.

  • Staying Connected

    This group offers education and support to patients with a history of breast or gynecological cancer.

  • Strong When I Move (SWIM)

    If you are a cancer survivor seeking to increases your strength and decrease your fatigue this gentle water exercise program is for you.

  • Wig Fittings

    If you're a cancer patient at the Payson Center for Cancer Care, you're eligible to receive a free wig and fitting through the American Cancer Society's Wig Bank.

  • Yoga 4 Cancer

    A specialized yoga methodology tailored to address the specific physical and emotional needs left by cancer and its treatments.