Go dry for July to help South Coast cancer patients

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June 30 2017 - 3:00pm
Go dry for July: Cancer services divisional support officer Alexis Gazzard urges people to do their bit to help cancer patients during this year's Dry July campaign. Picture: Robert Peet
Go dry for July: Cancer services divisional support officer Alexis Gazzard urges people to do their bit to help cancer patients during this year's Dry July campaign. Picture: Robert Peet

A music system for the radiation bunkers, brighter waiting rooms and mindfulness programs – these are a few of the ways South Coast cancer patients will benefit from this year’s Dry July campaign.

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Lisa Wachsmuth

Deputy Editor

Deputy editor and health reporter at the Illawarra Mercury, covering stories in the Wollongong, Shellharbour and Kiama local government areas. For news tips email lwachsmuth@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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