March 10, 2020
**Out of an abundance of caution to ensure the safety of our patients, TUCC is temporarily suspending all classes and support groups until further notice. We will keep you posted on any changes and please visit our website for updated information.**
The ADT (Androgen/Hormone) Deprivation Therapy) class is a two-hour interactive class presentation on nutrition and exercise for men undergoing hormone deprivation therapy for prostate cancer. It is restricted to men diagnosed with prostate cancer and their spouses. The class takes place on the first Tuesday of every month in the TUCC third floor conference room.
Colleen Gill, nutritionist, presents at 9 a.m.
Hollie Neujarh, physical therapist, presents at 10:15 a.m.
Why would you attend?
- You have a diagnosis of prostate cancer and you are currently on Lupron, Eligard, or Firmagon.
- You are at risk for weight gain, muscle weakness, fatigue, hot flashes, at risk for thinning of the bones, mood swings and changes in cognition.
- There are two ways you can positively alter the treatment side effects, your overall health and your mental well-being – engaging in good nutrition and appropriate exercise.
- Both of the presenters can provide you with the knowledge to assist you with this process.