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A Chat with the Founders of Cancer Community Clubhouse

06 June, 2021

Cancer Community Clubhouse is one of northern and rural Nevada's newest resources for cancer survivors and thrivers. Founded by Natalie Zacharczyk and her sister Michelle Taylor, CCC offers programs focused on key aspects of survivorship: social and emotional support, healthy living, and education. Natalie and Michelle say their ultimate goal is to help others create personal connections and empower the lives of CCC's members to reclaim joy and purpose at any stage of their cancer journey.

ThriveNV's Amy Thompson chatted with Natalie and Michelle about their organization and the upcoming National Cancer Survivor's Day on June 6, 2021. Watch below.

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