Monthly Archives: September 2015

Arts en Scène – 26.09.2015

Bossaflor 26 09 2015

 

Some information about the next concert of Arts en Scène, a programme sponsored by Afiliatys in support of Cancer Support Group activities, and its programme in two parts on the 26th September at the Mercelis Theater: a comic opera of G. Rossini between 15h and 16h30 and then a concert of sambas in Italian between 20h and 22h30 (cf. enclosed descriptions). Snacks (hot meals) will be proposed between 18 and 19h30. It is strongly recommended to book on www.bossaflor.eu. Amicalement, Best regards,

Thanks to Philippe Quevauviller for his constant support to the CSG!

 

Relais pour la Vie – 26-27 September 2015

Cancer Support Group has a team for the Relais pour la Vie in Verviers on 26-27 September 2015 (from Saturday at 15h to Sunday at 15h) The address is stade de Bielmont – 92, avenue Elisabeth in 4800 Verviers.

The captain of our team is Tina Amatrice (for more info, contact her by email at the office).
You can enroll (there is a10 euros fee) via this link http://www.relaispourlavie.be/teams/cancer-support-group

and join the team to walk or run during the event. Many other activities are offered throughout the 24 hours!

If you cannot make it on the spot, you can still make a donation for our team. All proceedings go to Fondation contre le Cancer who are the organisers.

Oxygen – 20.09.2015

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On 20 September, our colleague, Sarah, is organising in Ispra the annual event to raise funds to go towards research into finding a cure for Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma.  This is the event website: www.sempreconloro.org (Italian only for now). The event will be held in Ispra in collaboration with the JRC Triathlon Club “Oxygen”.

If you scroll down the first page of this website, you will find a link in the lower right hand corner “click to see video”,  showing the devastating effects this rare brain tumour had on Sarah’s son, as well as his gradual recovery thanks to what was a successful clinical trial for him. This gives hope that researchers may be on the right path, but in order to continue their research, they need funding. For more info contact CANCER-SUPPORT@ec.europa.eu