You Can Thrive! Foundation
Rating: 4.95 stars 61 61 reviews
535 W 23RD STREET #S8R New York NY 10011 USA
You Can Thrive! facilitates affordable mind body modalities for all breast cancer survivors, especially those under insured and under served who tend to fare worse after a diagnosis. Our overall program focus is to decrease symptoms while educating about prevention and environmental risk reduction in order to help provide tools for long-term survivorship. Our replicable program has provided care and prevention plans for 600 breast cancer survivors. We have educated 10,000 more on prevention and integrative care.
Preliminary outcome data shows statistically significant results in reducing symptoms and improving overall well being within four weeks of starting our program. Larger study to follow.
Provide access to services not covered by insurance and for Low-income, ethnic disparities, breast cancer survivors, all cancer survivors
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New York City, ServicesNationwide USA Patient Navigation
Integrative Patient Navigation, Advocacy, Acupuncture, Reflexology, Massage, Exercise, Tapping, Nutritional Counseling, meditation, movement, peer and pet support. Replicable program designed to provide the best possible outcomes regardless of income.
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Thank you, thank you, thank you to You Can Thrive . A wonderful and needed service. In BC, Canada, we have InspireHealth which has a similar mo. I have also set up a website for alternative healing for cancer - please share it as well: https://sites.google.com/site/thecfreelist/home
I have added You Can Thrive site info to my fave helpful sites now that I know about the great work you are doing. Kudos.
Peace, Love & Hope
a cancer slayer
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