Appendix Cancer Resource and Support Groups!
Join as either a Pal Patient, or Pal Family Caregiver and participate in any of Appendix Cancer support groups!
Are you seeking support?
We have more than two dozen specialized support groups to assist you!
Click on the links below to view photo profiles from our most popular appendix cancer support groups!
Your "Pals" will answer your questions about consulting with a specialist, preparing for medical treatment, and recuperation, and will assist you with practical answers to your concerns about:
Where can I find references for a particular surgeon?
How soon will I be able to eat following surgery?
Should I travel for surgery with a specialist, or have surgery at my local community hospital near my family?
Where can I obtain health insurance coverage?
Plus, "tips" for ...
returning to work following treatment,
resuming an active lifestyle,
affects on your personal and social life,
diet and nutrition needs,
living with an ostomy,
and a myriad of other questions you may have!
Your questions and concerns will be addressed personally, without exposing you to cyberspace message boards or "chat rooms!"
“Pals” communicate directly with each other via email, telephone calls, SKYPE or personal visits!
The PMP Pals’ Resource & Support Groups listed below are dedicated to providing support and sharing practical resources!
Australian Pals (including patients of Prof. David Morris)
British Pals (including patients of Prof. Brendan Moran)
Chemo Pals (includes systemic chemo and HIPEC patients)
Disease Free Pals (clinically determined to be free of disease from 5-20 years and now serving as "Pal Mentors!")
MD Anderson Pals (including patients of Dr Paul Mansfield and Dr Keith Fournier)
Mucinous Adenocarcinoma Pals
Ostomy Pals (Ileostomies and Colostomies)
Pacific Rim Pals
Parents of Pals (Parents of adult children diagnosed with cancer)
Senior Pals (ages 65 to 90 and up!)
UCSD Pals (patients of Dr Andrew Lowy)
UMass Pals (patients of Dr Laura Lambert)
UPMC Pals (including patients of Drs Ahrendt, Bartlett, Holtzman, Pingpank and Zeh)
Washington Hospital Center Pals (patients of Dr Paul H Sugarbaker)
WFU Pals (including patients of Drs Levine, Shen and Stewart)
Young Families (Parents who have children ages 0 to 18 living at home)
Young Singles (Single patients under the age of 40)
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