The Bronx Oncology Living Daily (BOLD Living) Program is a free, wellness and support program that was launched in 2008 to meet the particular needs of those affected by cancer in the Bronx. The program grew out of an ongoing psychosocial needs assessment of cancer patients in which we directly asked them what services they would want to help them better cope...
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Meet some of our BOLD patients and family members through their testimonials and letters of how the BOLD Program helped them not only cope with cancer, but thrive, grow and enhance their quality of life and relationships. Our BOLD participants are diverse in culture, language, disease and treatment background and likewise, in their supportive...
You do not have to go through cancer alone, and you can create your own personalized Wellness Plan to get the supportive care you need! The BOLD Program offers FREE individual counseling, and peer support through BOLD Buddy treatment companions, phone Buddies, and support groups, as well as more than 10 BOLD wellness workshops to...
Every Monday @ 10 AM
2nd floor conference room,
Center for Radiation Therapy
Walking for Life
Every Tuesday @ 10 AM
1300 Morris Park Ave, Bronx
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All BOLD Program services and programs are made possible by the generosity of individual donations, grants, and invaluable volunteers who have offered their compassion, time, and talents to our efforts to provide care for free to one of the most financially disadvantaged communities in the United States.
Essence Magazine and Real Simple Magazine (October 2014 issue) each feature one of our many wonderful BOLD Buddies and how they took their experience with cancer by giving back and offering support and companionship to other Bronx women who are just starting the cancer journey.
WNYC News features one of our compassionate BOLD Buddies lending a helping hand to a fellow Bronx woman in need: http://www.wnyc.org/story/a-helping-hand-with-cancer-treatment/
This CBSNews.com video features interviews with several Bronx breast cancer patients and Dr. Moadel-Robblee about the psychological need and impact of the BOLD Buddy Program. http://www.cbsnews.com/news/breast-cancer-patients-survivors-bold-buddy-program
Is tweeting and blogging about cancer a good idea? This CBSNews.com article explores this current trend with Dr. Moadel-Robblee: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/lisa-bonchek-adams-blogging-tweeting-about-cancer/
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