2019 National Cancer Survivors Day
Come celebrate with us on June 2
Join the LLSC on June 2nd as we gather as a blood cancer community in celebration of local survivors, and provide inspiration and hope for those recently diagnosed.
Hear key note speaker Dr. Mark Bosch, Bone Marrow Transplant hematologist from the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency present on Breakthrough Treatment for blood cancers: What is on the Horizon?
Free event, refreshments and snacks will be served
If you have questions or need help getting registered please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 306-261-4723
Presenter: Dr. Mark Bosch
Dr. Mark Bosch is Bone Marrow Transplant hematologist at the Saskatchewan cancer agency. He grew up in southwest Saskatchewan and obtained his medical school training at the University of Saskatchewan, followed by his internal medicine residency at the Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He completed both this sub-specialty in Hematology and Bone Marrow Transplant at the university of Calgary, and has decided to return back home to Saskatchewan with his family. Dr. Bosch is very active in administration, teaching, and clinical research in the areas of leukemia, lymphoma, and Bone Marrow transplantation.
Alberta National Cancer Survivors Day Initiative
On June 2nd, First Connection volunteers will be spreading the word of hope to patients currently receiving treatment in hospital for blood cancers. Volunteer Survivors will provide each patient with a gift and a message of hope in Calgary and Edmonton hospitals.
A blood cancer diagnosis can be isolating this initiative is aimed at providing newly diagnosed patients with inspiration and hope as survivors share the message you are not alone. Patients will receive an entertainment night to share with their loved ones to use in hospital along with some personal necessities to make their hospital stay a bit easier.
To learn more about the initiative or to make a donation to the gifts please contact Caroline Mitchell at 403-263-5300 or email@example.com
Help raise awareness, support your loved ones and others in your community.
Let’s show the world that blood cancer survivors can live fulfilling lives.
Thank you to our partner Aviva for their generous support of the National Cancer Survivors Day Events.