National Cancer Survivors Day is June 3
UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center to celebrate cancer survivors with live music, treats and gifts
Cancer patients and survivors, as well as their friends and family are welcome to join us for an outdoor, in-person celebration for National Cancer Survivor’s Day. The cancer center’s Supportive Oncology and Survivorship program organizes the event to honor everyone impacted by cancer.
On Friday June 3, 2022, there will be food and refreshments for cancer survivors and caregivers, cancer support information booths, along with live music from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
It all takes place in the courtyard between the north and south buildings of the cancer center. Please park in the visitor lot and follow the signs to the cancer center. Look for the large balloon display between the two buildings.
Veronica Neri, with the supportive oncology team, said, “Whether you are newly diagnosed, in treatment, recovery or in remission, you are a cancer survivor, and we invite you to celebrate with us.”
The nonprofit National Cancer Survivors Day Foundation held its first event in 1988. The annual event is a “celebration of life,” where survivors gather with cancer center doctors, nurses and other staff as well as friends and family to show that life after a cancer diagnosis can be full and fun.
For more information on the event, please contact Veronica Neri at firstname.lastname@example.org or 916 703-5028
UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center
UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center is the only National Cancer Institute-designated center serving the Central Valley and inland Northern California, a region of more than 6 million people. Its specialists provide compassionate, comprehensive care for more than 100,000 adults and children every year and access to more than 200 active clinical trials at any given time. Its innovative research program engages more than 240 scientists at UC Davis who work collaboratively to advance discovery of new tools to diagnose and treat cancer. Patients have access to leading-edge care, including immunotherapy and other targeted treatments. Its Office of Community Outreach and Engagement addresses disparities in cancer outcomes across diverse populations, and the cancer center provides comprehensive education and workforce development programs for the next generation of clinicians and scientists. For more information, visit cancer.ucdavis.edu.