Survivor Stories

Washington Township Woman Credits Hope & Healing Programs for Helping Her Through Cancer Treatment

Read more: Gerry DiPersia, Cancer Survivor
Gerry DiPersia, a two-time breast cancer survivor from Washington Township, credits Kennedy’s Hope & Healing programs – exercise classes, well-being yoga and support groups  -- with getting her through cancer treatment the second time around. Located on the second floor of the Kennedy Cancer Center in Washington Township, the Center for Hope & Healing offers free programs and various support services to patients, and their family members, during and after treatment.

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Survivor Story: Michael Kobran

Read more: michael kobran cancer survivor
Michael Kobran is the first to say he has an “engineer’s mind” -- he’s a straightforward, logical, a-reason-for-everything kind of thinker. So when he was diagnosed in late 2011 with a rare form of neck cancer, Mike was floored – nothing, as he knew it, made sense.

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Survivor Story: Karen Prendergast

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Karen Prendergast remembers the first thing she thought of when she learned she had breast cancer: her six kids, and the importance of “acting like everything was fine.” But she also remembers how terrified she was, and breaking down in the middle of her oncologist’s office when she got her initial appointment mixed up.

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Key Patient Contacts

Louise M. Baca RN MSN - Cancer Center Administrator
856-218-5321

Eric Gonzalez, RN, OCN - Nurse Navigator
Appointment scheduling and treatment navigation.
856-218-5324

Abigale Hassel, MSW, LCSW, OSW-C - Social Worker
Patient support and information.
856-218-5322

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Upcoming Classes

Tai Chi - 04/23/2014
Tai Chi is a Chinese slow motion exercise designed to promote good health and longevity by circulating internal energy or 'chi.' Benefits include promoting relaxation and reducing stress. Anyone can do it regardless of age or condition.

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Well-Being Yoga - Afternoon - 04/24/2014
Yoga, which increases flexibility, range of motion and strength, may bring additional benefits both during and after cancer treatments. When tension is released, energy flows more easily in the body, allowing participants to experience a sense of well-being.

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