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ESBCA ups its offerings for local cancer patients

January 22, 2014

The Eastern Sierra Breast Cancer Alliance is now offering monthly support group meetings for residents suffering from cancer. Above is group facilitator Pat Ramirez, Katie Redmond, Olga Rojas (an ESBCA founder and cancer survivor), facilitator Melissa Meyers-Place, Cheryl Johnston and Robin Ewen (l-r). Photo courtesy Pat Ramirez

Eastern Sierra Breast Cancer Alliance has begun offering yet another service to residents fighting cancer.
ESBCA has formed a support group as part of its ongoing efforts to provide financial as well as emotional support to all cancer patients.
The first session was offered in December. Dubbed the ESBCA Coffee  & Cream Cancer Support Group Conversation, the meetings are being offered monthly from 9-11 a.m. at Jacks Restaurant in Bishop. The next session is scheduled for Monday, Feb. 3.
Each two-hour session is facilitated by ESBCA President Pat Ramirez, a nurse at Northern Inyo Hospital, and Melissa Myers-Place, an English teacher with a degree in education.

Read the full story in the Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014 edition of The Inyo Register.

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