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The Cancer Institute Hospital of JFCR

Aiming to be the Ideal Hospital and Torchbearer for the Future

Now a completely modernized hospital with full facilities, the Cancer Institute Hospital was established in 1934 as Japan’s only specialized cancer hospital. We declare that we will continue to provide the advanced technology for cancer diagnosis and treatment with a comprehensive multi-disciplinary approach focusing on patient’s quality of life. To maintain its level, we engage in ongoing research and development on ever more sophisticated diagnosis and treatment methods.

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3-8-31 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo

Nearest station

Ariake St. (Yurikamome line) - 2min
Kokusai-tenjijo (rinkai line) - 4min

Tel 03-3520-0111
Institution Site

 http://www.jfcr.or.jp/english/hospital/index.html

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41st Ariake Cancer Institute Hospital Support Group: Dealing with Cancer and Treatment While In Work <Venue: The Cancer Institute Hospital of JFCR> 
開催期間:2017-09-26(Tue)

An opportunity to have a cup of tea with other patients or family members experiencing cancer and think about effective ways to deal with the disease and its treatment whilst working.

Contents: 

① Mini Lecture – Tips for dealing with cancer and treatment whilst working

② Family counselling sessions etc.

Date: Tuesday 26th September 2017

Time: 10:30 – 12:00

Venue: The Cancer Institute Hospital of JFCR, New East Wing, 1F Reception Room

For: Patients of the Cancer Institute Hospital of JFCR currently in work, out of work, or considering work in the future, family members seeking advice about working with cancer

Capacity: Approx. 20

Admission: Free

For more detailed information, please visit the organizer’s website.

 

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41st Ariake Cancer Institute Hospital Support Group: Dealing with Cancer and Treatment While In Work <Venue: The Cancer Institute Hospital of JFCR> New
開催期間:2017-09-26(Tue)

An opportunity to have a cup of tea with other patients or family members experiencing cancer and think about effective ways to deal with the disease and its treatment whilst working.

Contents: 

① Mini Lecture – Tips for dealing with cancer and treatment whilst working

② Family counselling sessions etc.

Date: Tuesday 26th September 2017

Time: 10:30 – 12:00

Venue: The Cancer Institute Hospital of JFCR, New East Wing, 1F Reception Room

For: Patients of the Cancer Institute Hospital of JFCR currently in work, out of work, or considering work in the future, family members seeking advice about working with cancer

Capacity: Approx. 20

Admission: Free

For more detailed information, please visit the organizer’s website.

 

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Saturday 14th October Public Lecture: Work and Cancer <Venue: The Cancer Institute Hospital of JFCR> New
開催期間:2017-10-14(Sat)

In order to provide information about various aspects of cancer, the Cancer Research Society periodically offers public lectures. The theme this time is “Work and cancer – balancing your livelihood with your treatment”. This is an opportunity to consider the ways in which one can deal with cancer and treatment whilst playing a role in society, local community, and amongst friends and family. The lecture will be provided by Cancer Institute Hospital nurses, doctors, and social workers.

Refer to the information below to apply. We look forward to your participation.

Date: Saturday 14th October 2017

Time: 10:00 – 12:00 (Sign-up from 9:30)

Venue: The Cancer Institute Hospital of JFCR, New East Wing,

Yoshida Tomizou Memorial Lecture Hall, Seminar Rooms A, B

Admission: Free of charge

Capacity: 250 (First come first serve basis)

For more detailed information, please visit the organizer’s website.

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