ACEF created a Cancer Survivorship Program Information Document Repository to inform you about our West Michigan programs.
Music therapy is slowly recognized to address the physical, psychological, social, and spiritual needs of cancer patients.
African American women are less likely to use yoga than their White counterparts. ACEF wants to change that!
MEAL is a clinically proven, six-week mindful eating program*. You’ll learn an entirely new approach to healthy eating, weight loss, and stress reduction.
Whether you’ve just been diagnosed or in breast cancer survivorship years, you deserve a little tender, loving care, right?
…Things like stress, anxiety, fatigue, and depression.*
(with the help of a $23,971 Susan G. Komen Michigan grant).
A podcast introducing you to “Living and Loving After Prostate Cancer” using evidence-based, integrative mind-body medicine.
A talk about mapping the cancer journey and how good information and a solid plan help you make sense of a new emerging Self.
Werner to present twelve educational cancer seminars at Mercy Health’s Johnson Family Cancer Center (JFCC) in Muskegon.
It is surprising that the care teams of couples facing cancer rarely bring up sexual health during or after cancer treatment.