Cancer Survivorship Week 2014
MD Anderson celebrates survivors and their caregivers May 31-June 6, 2014, to commemorate National Cancer Survivor's Day, held annually on the first Sunday in June.
Download the 2014 event brochure, which has the full list of Survivorship Week activities along with dates, times and locations. Patients, survivors and their caregivers are invited to participate in these activities regardless of where they receive treatment.
Our Regional Care Centers are also celebrating Survivorship Week. Download the events calendar for each campus:
Join Riders for the Cure
Riders for the Cure is a group of MD Anderson employees who raise awareness for cancer. The cost is $30 per rider, which includes lunch and a commemorative pin. This event supports Anderson Network’s annual patient and caregiver conference held in September.
Date: Saturday, May 31
Location: Stubbs Harley Davidson, 4400 Telephone Road, Houston
Time: Registration at 9:30 a.m.; ride begins at 10:30 a.m. Register online
Enjoy a Houston Astros Game
Anderson Network’s Day Away invites patients, survivors and their caregivers to attend a free Houston Astros baseball game during Survivorship Week.
Date: Wednesday, June 4 (Astros vs. Los Angeles Angels)
Location: Minute Maid Park
Time: 7:00 – 10:00 p.m.
RSVP: 713-792-2553 (limited number of tickets available)
The Art of Survivorship: Dinner Theater
Enjoy a delicious dinner, meet other survivors and share your story with the improvisational actors of Houston Playback Theater.
Date: Thursday, June 5
Location: MD Anderson South Campus Research Building, 7435 Fannin St.
Time: 6-9 p.m.
RSVP: email@example.com or 1-800-345-6324
Stop by Clark Clinic, in the Main Building on Floor 1 near The Aquarium, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. There’ll be lots going on, including some of the fun activities below.
Musical performances: Relax and enjoy the sweet sounds of live instrumental performances throughout the week.
Crafts: Spend some creative time on craft activities like greeting cards, origami and balloon twisting.
Photo booth: Capture the moment by taking a fun photo with friends and family members.
Scarf-tying demonstrations: Learn easy tips for tying a stylish head scarf.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Honor a Survivor
There are many ways to support cancer survivors and let them know that you care!
Send a Survivorship eCard
Choose one of seven designs and send a personal message to a survivor
There is a constant need for blood and blood products to treat cancer patients. You can help.