SCCA Proton Therapy Center Prostate Cancer Dinner Club Support Group

Prostate Cancer Dinner Club is a monthly gathering of past, current, and prospective proton therapy patients and their partners. We provide speakers who present on a wide array of topics from wellness to proton technology. You will have an opportunity to talk to patients who are currently in proton therapy treatment, and those who have been finished with their treatment for years. Just bring yourself and your partner, if you’d like. We hope you will join us for this fun and informative proton therapy tradition.

Please note that while we are holding our support groups online on Zoom that our Support Group Norms require participation by both video and audio unless you have been granted an exception by Cancer Lifeline in advance of the meeting. Please address questions or concerns to Pamela Krueger at pkrueger@cancerlifeline.org or (206) 832-1271.


SCCA
Proton Therapy Center Prostate Cancer Dinner Club Support Group
Facilitated by Weston Pew, MA, Certified Counselor
4th Wednesday, 5:30-7:00pm

Dates for 2021
Jan 27, Feb 24, Mar 24, Apr 28, May 26, June 23, July 28, Aug 25, Sept 22, Oct 27, Nov 24, Dec 22

To Register, download the Zoom app and then CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
Note: You only need to register once per program season. As soon as you register, you will receive an automatic email from Zoom that includes the link to the support group meeting. We recommend you save this link so that you may use it each month for this meeting.

Upcoming Presentations for the Spring/Summer 2021 Program Season:
May 26: Supportive Nutrition for Prostate Cancer by Erica Joseph, ND, Lac, FABNO

Come learn about simple changes you can make in your daily eating habits that can help support healthier living as you recover from prostate cancer, and may even decrease your risk of cancer coming back or getting worse.

June 23: Preparing for Proton Radiation by Dr. Emily Weg, MD, Radiation Oncology

Dr. Weg will discuss the various steps, including SIM (tattoos) and SpaceOAR, the utility of biomarkers, and 28 v 44 sessions.