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Cancer Support V.I. to Host Speaker on Thought Field Therapy

Cancer Support VI will hold its next free presentation by Gary Rosenthal, LMT, TFTD, who will speak on thought field therapy. Anyone can benefit from this therapy by learning to reduce stress, lower stress hormones and eliminate fear, and in turn build up their immune system to help fight illness and reduce the recurrence of cancer.
The free lectures will be held twice on Wednesday, May 6: the first one at noon at the Kimelman Cancer Institute in the Benjamin Medical Auditorium and
the second one at 7 p.m., at the Antilles School in the Mark Marin Center (in the Children’s Activity room on the first floor near the back entrance).
The mission of Cancer Support VI is to provide support, education, information and assistance to people living with cancer and their families and friends.

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Cancer Support VI will hold its next free presentation by Gary Rosenthal, LMT, TFTD, who will speak on thought field therapy. Anyone can benefit from this therapy by learning to reduce stress, lower stress hormones and eliminate fear, and in turn build up their immune system to help fight illness and reduce the recurrence of cancer.
The free lectures will be held twice on Wednesday, May 6: the first one at noon at the Kimelman Cancer Institute in the Benjamin Medical Auditorium and
the second one at 7 p.m., at the Antilles School in the Mark Marin Center (in the Children’s Activity room on the first floor near the back entrance).
The mission of Cancer Support VI is to provide support, education, information and assistance to people living with cancer and their families and friends.