How did the creation of a Caregivers notebook lead this daughter to the Hirshberg Foundation?
A daughter creates a notebook for Caregivers to help keep track of medical information for the family members and patient seeking treatment. The Founder of Hirshberg was impressed and Sarah has been a member of the Hirshberg team for ten years. This year is LA Cancer Challenges 24th annual event and the event always takes place on last weekend of October. The event is fun and festive with costumes, events for kids, trick or treat wall, a little something for everyone and leads up to November which is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month.
Held at UCLA Wilson Plaza register at www.lacancerchallenge.com for in person or virtual event. Registration; Fit Family Expo; Candyland Kids Zone opens at 7:30am. Opening Ceremony begins at 8am with event start at 9am.
The most important part of the event is having Survivors, Patients and families attend, Sarah feels it's about having a sense of community.
Join Dr Li, the Honorary Medical Chair and Esther Lee, Honorary Starter, a pancreatic cancer survivor at LA Cancer Challenge on Sunday, October 31
Visit www.lacancerchallenge.com to register, for more event information and packet pickup details. Also go to https://pancreatic.org/ for their webinar series.
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