On August 28, Unite Against Cancer at the Susie Thayer Family Walk

This Sunday, August 28, Funda Cancer will carry out, in 7 cities of the country, the XXIII version of its Susie Thayer Family Walk, its most important annual fundraising activity, which will mobilize thousands of people throughout the country who buy your t-shirt and participation support the mission of this foundation; improve the quality of life of cancer patients throughout Panama.

This walk will depart from the parking lots near the Miramar on the Cinta Costera at 7:00am. Simultaneously it will be done in Panama, Colón, Chorrera, Penonomé, Santiago and David.

The Executive Director of FUNDACÁNCER, Patricia Isabel Mendez Chiari, highlighted the support and mobilization of the hundreds of volunteers who make it possible to carry out the walk throughout the country, and urged the population to support this important activity for the projects of equipment that the foundation advances in the ION which he detailed at the beginning of his speech.

For his part, Dr. Juan Carlos Alcedo, general director of the ION, explained that by receiving support for the replacement of equipment for gynecological surgeries, the high demand received by the Gynecological Oncology Service for timely treatment and control of the population that treated at the National Oncology Institute.

The points of sale will be in our offices in Costa del Este and in the offices within the National Oncology Institute. Additionally, you can place your orders by writing to [email protected] or through our website www.fundacancerpanama.org.

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