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Bethesda’s Hope Connections for Cancer Support has received a $20,200 grant from the Quality Health Foundation of Easton to expand its Young Adults with Cancer support group from a monthly program to a regular weekly program.

Hope Connections for Cancer Support is a nonprofit dedicated to helping people with cancer, and their loved ones, deal with the emotional and physical impact of the disease.

The nonprofit, which opened in March 2007, has had nearly 35,000 visits to its “home," which offers support groups, educational workshops, mind-body classes and community programs.