CancerCare is pleased to announce that a new booklet, “Your Guide to the Latest Cancer Research and Treatments: Highlights from the 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology,” is now available!
Over 250 dedicated members of the CancerCare family joined us on Sunday, May 3, 2015 in Greenwich Point for the Third Annual Greenwich Walk/Run for Hope to celebrate survivors, support those who are facing cancer and remember those who lost to the disease. Congratulations to Evangela Breitbart for being the event’s highest individual fundraiser and to the Lymphomaniacs who, once again, won the award for highest total for a team!
Over 400 guests gathered at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City on April 22 in support of CancerCare. The 2015 gala raised over $900,000 and featured an address by legendary reporter Sam Donaldson, who served as the event’s Honorary Co-Chair.
Wendy, of Norwalk, Connecticut, is a mother, a business professional, a runner and a cancer survivor. Her personal experience with cancer has led her to become an unstoppable advocate for CancerCare’s free support services.
Read more about why she runs for hope, and how you can join Wendy and CancerCare this Sunday at the Third Annual Walk/Run for Hope in Greenwich, CT.
CancerCare is pleased to welcome Teresa Bitetti, Senior Vice President of US Oncology at Bristol-Myers Squibb, to its Board of Trustees. “We are honored that Bristol-Myers Squibb has chosen Teresa to serve on the CancerCare Board of Trustees. Having such a talented senior executive volunteer her time and expertise to CancerCare, is yet another example of Bristol-Myers Squibb’s commitment to patients,” said Patricia J. Goldsmith, CEO of CancerCare.
CancerCare is pleased to welcome Marcia A. Kean, Chairman of Strategic Initiatives of Feinstein Kean Healthcare, to its Board of Trustees. Kean brings more than 35 years of biomedical and information technology industry experience to her appointment with CancerCare, encompassing business operating experience in the private and public sectors.
Get active with Team CancerCare, and use your next walk, run or ride to help us provide free services for anyone affected by cancer. Support or join us on May 3 for the TD Five Boro Bike Tour and the Greenwich Walk/Run for Hope!
CancerCare’s free Healing Hearts Family Bereavement Camp allows families who have experienced the loss of a loved one to cancer to come together for a weekend retreat. Check out our Indiegogo page to help us make this unique experience available to additional families!
For some, cancer and its treatment can cause significant physical changes to the body. These changes can affect a person’s body image and reduce their sense of self-esteem and wellbeing. To help people cope with these changes, CancerCare is partnering with Me-therapy, a free online resource for improving body image and managing physical changes associated with cancer.
Columbia School of Social Work, CancerCare and University of Washington School of Social Work Introduce the Handbook of Oncology Social Work
Columbia School of Social Work, CancerCare and University of Washington School of Social Work applaud the publication of the Handbook of Oncology Social Work: Psychosocial Care for People with Cancer,” published by Oxford University Press.