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Welcome to Tucson Cancer Conquerors

Tucson Cancer Conquerors is an all-volunteer, non-profit support group dedicated to empowering cancer survivors and the communities that support them to achieve optimal wellness. We offer a unique peer support environment along with creative wellness programs designed to educate, inspire, and encourage cancer survivors to be proactive about their health both during and after cancer diagnosis and treatment. Our group is run by cancer survivors and our supporters, so we understand first hand the physical and emotional challenges associated with a cancer diagnosis. With a focus on exercise, nutrition, education, and support, we are here to help you successfully navigate the journey that lies ahead. You are not alone. We have your back.

TCC and COVID-19
Important updates and schedule changes - as of October 5, 2020

At TCC the health of our members is our highest priority, physically and emotionally. We are mindful of the fact that our many activities provide important exercise opportunities as well as valuable weekly emotional support to our members.

We have several physicians in the group who are constantly following developments on the Coronavirus and have been carefully following the guidelines of the CDC to keep our members informed and healthy.

We are happy to announce the re-opeing Book Groupies and all of our outdoor fitness classes and walking groups on Saturday mornings at 8:00am. Check in will be at 7:45 for temp checks and COVID screening. Masks are required for check in. Workout groups will be socially distanced in groups of no more than 10.  Tuesday night classes remain on hold in person but watch our calendar for live Zoom workouts. For those who are high risk and safer at home, please join our YouTube fitness videos on the News and Fun tab of our webpage.

Regarding our field trips and other indoor programs, we will keep you updated as the situation evolves.

Be well and hope to see everyone soon!

Liz Almli, MD
President, Tucson Cancer Conquerors

 

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