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Hubbard, who lives alone and for almost two years went to the University of Florida Health Cancer Center Orlando Health at least twice a week. "So it's not just coming (to the hospital) and going home. It's coming here and being accepted, being included and being able to share," she said. Survivors' connectionThe need for a connection among cancer survivors became quickly apparent to Karen Shayne, who co founded Women Survivors Alliance in 2012 in Nashville. The group's first national meeting, SURVIVORville 2013, drew more than 800 people.