Although cancer is a widespread disease, the diagnosis of cancer is almost always a shock for those affected, a turning point in life that can quickly lead to isolation. And especially when you need other people so badly. At the largest German digital cancer convention, Yes! Con 2.0, which took place in Berlin for the second time over the weekend, it is precisely about changing the way people deal with the disease and breaking taboos. Held in optimistic pink, the Bum (the former Berlin substation) and the Church of Hope in the Ölberg Church in Kreuzberg were played in Kreuzberg with around 120 affected people and experts.

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