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Hello! Whether you’ve been recently diagnosed with acromegaly or are just interested in learning more, we have something for you! Also, be sure to check out our Treatment section to learn more about the options for treating Acromegaly. We’d love to hear from you – contact us at info@true-2-me.ca if you have any questions or feedback for us!

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Atlantic Acromegaly & Cushing Support Groups: Semi-Annual Meeting

Atlantic Acromegaly & Cushing Support Groups: Semi-Annual Meeting

ABOUT: The Atlantic Acromegaly Support Society was organized in 2005.  There are over 70 people with Acromegaly in our region. Our goal is to support Acromegaly patients and their families through education, advocacy and fellowship. Our group meets in the spring and fall at the Future Inn, 30 Fairfax Drive, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Meetings time is 6:00-9:00 p.m. And all are welcome to attend. Our website has RSVP info with... More details

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Interested in learning more about living with acromegaly? Watch one of our informative videos to improve your knowledge and understanding.

The Basics of Clinical Psychology

The Basics of Clinical Psychology

Gain a better understanding of the meaning of clinical psychology and how it differs from medical advice. More Details

Happiness is a State of Mind

Happiness is a State of Mind

Dr. Grace Hopp introduces the concept that happiness is a state of mind based on your perspective rather... More Details

Improved Self Care

Improved Self Care

Dr. Grace Hopp provides advice on improving self care and discusses how it can impact your happiness, as... More Details

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Ambassador Network

Are you looking to connect with someone who has experienced acromegaly firsthand? Check out our ambassador profiles and send one of these friendly people a message if you have any questions or if you simply want to connect.

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No two acromegaly stories are the same, but this section allows you to read about what people have gone through – from initial diagnosis, to treatment, to adapting to life with a chronic condition.

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