Watch our Emergency Fund Video to find out more about this important program.
Chef Christian Kruse, Executive Chef of the Basin Harbor Club was named the Culinary Cup winner at the 2nd annual Culinary Classic to benefit the Cancer Patient Support Foundation (CPSF). The Culinary Classic featured 6 of the areas top chefs
The holidays for many of us revolve around family and food. However, if someone in your family is in cancer treatment food can be a tricky issue. Has your loved one lost their appetite? Are you confused about what types of food to have on your holiday table?
What is Mindfulness? Learn more about the benefits of being mindful and the MBSR program which the Cancer Patient Support Foundation underwrites for local cancer patients and their loved ones.
Thirteen years ago this November I went in for my first (routine) colonoscopy. Three days later I was diagnosed with Colon Cancer to the surprise and shock of my entire family. What followed was four months of doctor’s appointment, further screenings, chemotherapy, radiation treatments and eventually surgery.
The Cancer Patient Support Foundation (CPSF) is excited to announce a new partnership with Porter Medical Center. CPSF has agreed to underwrite the patient share for local cancer patients to receive nutritional counseling at Porter instead of having to travel to the University of Vermont Medical Center. The funds will be available to offset any out-of-pocket expenses cancer patients might otherwise incur, such as gaps in insurance and deductibles for nutritional counseling.
Mindfulness Workshops are starting soon for cancer patients/survivors, support persons, and health care providers.
Save the date and purchase your tickets today for the 2nd annual Culinary Classic. This event has been moved to UVM's Davis Center due to overwhelming demand.