CHC, Wings Offer Free Cancer Classes



The Church Health Center and Wings Cancer Foundation are working together to offer free classes to cancer patients and survivors.

Some of the classes include "Cancer and Nutrition," "Beyond Cancer," and "Faith in the Face of Cancer."

Wings works to foster hope, education, research, and support for anyone touched by cancer, and the CHC promotes total wellness and provides healthcare for the working uninsured. For more information about the classes, call Wings at 901-322-2984 or the CHC at 901-272-7170.

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