Calaway • Young Cancer Center Honors Cancer Survivors
WHAT IS NATIONAL CANCER SURVIVOR MONTH?
An individual is considered a survivor from the time of their first diagnosis through the rest of their life. Every cancer survivor has a personal and unique story filled with emotions, adversity and challenges, during and after treatments.
Join Valley View’s Calaway-Young Cancer Center in honoring the incredible survivors in our community. Listen to Michelle’s story.
CELEBRATING SURVIVORSHIP EVENT
Join Valley View’s Calaway • Young Cancer Center on June 14 to honor local cancer survivors and their loved ones.
- Live music by Bo Hale
- Complimentary sweet treats
- Tribute to honor survivors, past and present
All cancer survivors regardless of their stage of treatment, those that support them and the community at large are invited to attend.
Wednesday, June 14
4 to 6 p.m.
Sayre Park, Glenwood Springs
We look forward to celebrating with you.
SURVIVORSHIP AT CALAWAY • YOUNG CANCER CENTER
Surviving cancer is a lifelong commitment. At Valley View’s Calaway • Young Cancer Center, the survivorship program offers continued support for survivors completing treatment and moving into a post-treatment surveillance period.
- Survivorship care plan
To help develop a plan for ongoing health care.
Individual session with an oncology professional to discuss post-treatment well-being.
- Support groups
An opportunity to share your journey, thoughts and concerns in a supportive environment.
Do you want to help others who have been diagnosed with cancer? Become a Valley View volunteer.