Education & Resources

Classes

  • Building Up Your Natural Immunity

    Learn about healthy food choices to build your natural immunity against sickness. October 13 – Part 1: Discussion October 20 – Part 2: Cooking Demonstration

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  • Innovations in the Prevention, Diagnosis & Treatment of Skin Cancer

    With more than 3 million new cases diagnosed each year, skin cancer is the most common type of cancers affecting Americans. Join Dr. Steven Wang as he discusses some of the latest cutting-edge technology and innovations that are currently available to detect skin cancer at the earliest stages. In addition, Dr. Wang will review the … Continued

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  • Dietary Choices to Cool Down Inflammation

    Inflammation is our body’s way of dealing with infections, injuries, and toxins. It is a good thing UNTIL it becomes chronic. Chronic inflammation can contribute to many disorders, including cancer. Come find out how to help reduce inflammation through your dietary choices in this 2-part series of (1) lecture and (2) cooking demonstration. Thursday, September … Continued

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  • New Patient & Family Orientation

    Receiving a cancer diagnosis can feel overwhelming for many individuals. Not knowing what to expect or where to gain answers can be common challenges during treatment. The patient and family orientation is available to provide information, support and address questions to help you better prepare for your cancer journey.  This orientation will cover: Overview of … Continued

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  • Annual Cancer Survivorship Symposium (Livestream)

    Join us for our annual survivorship symposium designed to educate, inform, and empower you to optimize your health during and after cancer treatment, and enhance your quality of life. Topics will include: Psychological Distress in Cancer Patients Renee Garcia, MD The Benefits of Reiki and Massage for Oncology Patients Elaine Louie, CMT, BCTMB, CLT and … Continued

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  • QiGong (Livestream)

    Dayan QiGong (Wild Goose QiGong) is a self healing exercise form that was founded in China 1,700 years ago as a vital element in health and longevity. By practicing these gentle yet profound movements you can feel more energized, reduce stress, boost your immunity, longevity, balance, strength and flexibility. Intended for people with cancer, this … Continued

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  • Healing Arts: Mandalas*

    Tailored to a smaller group, this Healing Arts class will provide an exploration of emotions through color and mixed media and be led by Hoag Clinical Social Workers. *This class is for Hoag cancer patients only. Hoag cancer patients must be in active treatment or have finished treatment within the past 5 years. One kit … Continued

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  • Pancreatic Cancer Support Group

    This group is open to people living with pancreatic cancer and their loved ones. Facilitated by our Oncology Nurse Navigator and Oncology Social Worker, the group will provide an open and supportive space to share experiences, questions and concerns. Topics will include coping, relationships, treatment plans, dietary needs, and navigating the healthcare system. This support … Continued

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  • QiGong* (In-Person)

    Dayan QiGong (Wild Goose QiGong) is a self healing exercise form that was founded in China 1,700 years ago as a vital element in health and longevity. By practicing these gentle yet profound movements you can feel more energized, reduce stress, boost your immunity, longevity, balance, strength and flexibility. Intended for people with cancer, this … Continued

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  • Hoag Healing: Breast Cancer Survivors Empowerment Series

    Join us for an evening of education, empowerment and healing. An expert panel will answer all of the questions you have always wanted to ask, in an intimate setting. This program will empower women with tools and lifestyle changes to modify their risk and may help prevent a new cancer. Moderated by Dr. Sadia Khan, … Continued

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