Jeffery Harris of Schaumburg, IL, a five-year cancer survivor celebrates life on June 6, 2014 at the Celebrate Life Tree planting ceremony.
The 2014 Celebrate Life event marks the 26th year that a tree has been planted in honor of each five-year survivor, providing the nation with a thriving forest of life-giving trees representing cancer survivorship. Participants honored represented 41 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Island, each offering support and strength to others, as they proudly posed for a photo in front of their commemorative tree.
The annual Celebrate Life at CTCA’s Midwestern Regional Medical Center brought 123 of the 310 survivors here to celebrate their triumph over cancer since they began their treatment here five years ago.
More than 100 Cancer Survivors from Chicagoland and Across the Country Gather to Celebrate Life and Spread Hope with Annual Tree Planting Ceremony.
Christina Shannon, ND from CTCA at Midwestern Regional Medical Center shares tips to help protect against skin cancer
Five year cancer survivors Celebrate Life at CTCA in Philadelphia. Three of the survivors talked about what this celebration means to them.
Medical Oncologist Dr. Sramila Aithal discusses statistics that show a rise of breast cancer in women of South Asian descent.
CTCA Executive Chef Kenny Wagoner promoted the 10th annual Chefs for the Cure event which benefits Susan G. Komen Tulsa. Chef Kenny also demonstrated a recipe for Blackened Salmon “Scallop” with Smoked Corn Maque Choux.
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Dr. Simeon Jaggernauth, a medical oncologist at Cancer Treatment Centers of America, said people being treated for cancer need to eat well because their bodies need good building blocks for repair after radiation, chemotherapy or surgery. CTCA patient Todd Gillett and Executive Chef Kenny Wagoner are also quoted.