Community Connection: Ovarian Cancer Canada is looking for volunteers! Could you help?

OVdialogue – consider joining our team in the role of Peer Support Volunteer. Over a few hours each week, you would be part of a team that helps connect people, support conversations and are thought leaders for OVdialogue. This is your opportunity to give back to those who have/continue to support you through the tough times, share your unique experiences, and help celebrate successes. For more details of what this entails, please reach out to @Mfallis ([email protected]).
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coping with depression and low mood after treatments

Some people struggle with depression or low mood after their cancer treatments. McGill University researchers are offering free self-care materials and a phone coach to eligible cancer survivors experiencing low mood after their treatments for a non-metastatic cancer, in a study funded by the Canadian Cancer Society (grant #704450). No travel is required and participants are asked to complete 3 feedback questionnaires to help the team evaluate the usefulness of the self-care materials. The study is open to Ontario and Quebec residents. For more info visit: http://www.mcgill.ca/candirect/ . You can also call Cindy Ibberson toll free at 1-855-334-7403 if you live in Quebec and Camilla Diniz at 416-634-7336 if you reside in Ontario.


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