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The YMCA Offers Hope, Healing for Breast Cancer Survivors

16 Week Program Provides Much Needed Support  

 Survivor Lisa celebrates 3 years of being cancer free at the ABC fashion show.

Survivor Lisa celebrates 3 years of being cancer free at the ABC fashion show.

After Breast Cancer provides comprehensive nutrition, exercise and wellness services free of charge to breast cancer patients and survivors. During the 16-week program, participants receive full access to the Y, a custom wellness plan designed by a Pink Ribbon Certified personal trainer, nutrition counseling from a registered dietitian and encouragement and support from caring staff members as well as fellow breast cancer patients and survivors.


Mission: ABC is part of the YMCA of Middle Tennessee, a worldwide charitable fellowship united by a common loyalty to Jesus Christ for the purpose of helping all persons grow stronger in spirit, mind and body.

Company Overview: The YMCA of Middle Tennessee's After Breast Cancer, or ABC, outreach program was created in 1999 to provide such hope, help and healing to breast cancer patients and survivors. During the 16-week program, participants receive full access to the YMCA and a place to go to receive information, exercise and nutrition guidance and the emotional support they need.


For more information, please contact the YMCA of Middle Tennessee

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