Bag It & Tucson Cancer Conquerors Invite You To The Survivor Breakfast

Bag It & Tucson Cancer Conquerors Invite You To The Survivor Breakfast

Join Us As We Celebrate You!

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WHEN:  Sunday, June 5th, 8:00-10:30 AM

WHERE:  Community Foundation Campus (5049 E Broadway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85711)

Read’s article about how this Breakfast honors cancer survivors.

Bag It Cancer and The Tucson Cancer Conquerors are teaming up to celebrate YOU on National Cancer Survivors Day.

Please join us for this FREE event thanks to our friends at Pfizer.

The Survivor Breakfast will start with a quick morning stretch, some amazing food from Scratching The Plate Kitchen and Catering, an educational session from Oncologist Dr. Rachel Swart, and an inspirational message from Bag It founder Sherri Romanoski.

All survivors are invited to bring 1 guest. Please make sure to register for yourself and your guest. Registration ends May 20th. Space is limited, register today!

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Thank you to our sponsor!

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Join our Focus Group

Join our Focus Group

Help make the 2022 version of the Spanish Bag It bag even better! We are recruiting individuals touched by cancer to give input on the bag that best reflect Latino and Hispanic culture, values and belief!

Are you interested?  Click here to complete a short form.


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National Cancer Survivors Day® Breakfast with Bag It

National Cancer Survivors Day® Breakfast with Bag It

Have you received a Bag It bag? Are you a cancer survivor? Bag It wants to celebrate YOU.

Join us for a virtual program celebrating survivorship. Judith L. Pearson will share about her cancer experience and her new book From Shadows to Life: A Biography of the Cancer Survivorship Movement.

Sunday, June 6th

8:00-9:00 a.m. Tucson & Phoenix Breakfast pick up

10:00 a.m. Virtual Program

Then enjoy your breakfast in the comfort of your home as you log in and join us for the virtual program/celebration.

This event is not a fundraiser and is being offered at no cost to you. We want to celebrate YOU and hope you will join us for both breakfast and the presentation or just register to join us for the presentation. Whatever works best for you.

Please register early as space and free breakfasts are limited. You will be able to watch it live on Facebook without a registration.


Register for free breakfast and/or virtual program

World Cancer Day

World Cancer Day

February is a busy month! We honor love, Martin Luther King Jr., Black history, and even our American presidents, but did you know that World Cancer Day also falls in February? The Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) leads the charge in urging everyone to take steps to ensure that preventable cancer deaths are reduced and that there is increased access to life-saving treatments for all patients, “no matter who you are or where you live”. Each year, the UICC establishes a theme for their initiative to shape the many activities and events that kick off around the world each February. This year, the theme is “I Am and I Will” – a call to action to commit and act on steps to get screened and share knowledge in hopes of reducing the number of cancer-related deaths and noncommunicable diseases by one third by 2030 (that’s only 9 years away, so let’s get to it!)

Bag It is aligned with the UICC by providing resources to educate and support patients through their healthcare plan, increasing access to life-saving information regardless of one’s ethnicity or socio-economic background. Bag It provides the tools you need to help you feel more comfortable and confident in speaking up for yourself to ensure the best quality of life with cancer. The contents in the bag are designed to help you and your caregiver(s) cope with the diagnosis, get yourself organized and better understand the language of cancer. 

February is cancer prevention month, and we encourage you to think about ways that you can help yourself and others prevent cancer. It’s the perfect time to schedule appointments for you and your loved ones because adhering to the recommended screenings for breast, cervical, colorectal (colon) and lung cancers can lead to early stage diagnosis, which increases the likelihood of treatment working. 

What action will you take as we kick off World Cancer Day? Take the 21-Day challenge to learn more about cancer and how to reduce your cancer risks. Some suggestions:

As part of my campaign I participated in the World Cancer Day 21-Day Challenge which was informative and easy and I wrote this blog: I will schedule my mammogram (and a colonoscopy this year) and encourage people to schedule their appointments,  and I will work to ensure that everyone diagnosed with cancer receives a Bag It bag to help them cope with their diagnosis and feel comfortable and confident speaking up to ensure they are living their best life with cancer. 

Sending positive vibes your way,
Mindy recommends these seven steps to help prevent cancer.

Unpacking Bag It

Unpacking Bag It

See how we impact the cancer community

Tune in virtually from the comfort of your home to hear Bag It updates!

  • The faces behind Bag It
  • Achievements and highlights from 2020
  • Our goals for 2021
  • Honoring supporters of Bag It
  • All attendees will be entered into a drawing

This event occurred on Wednesday, February 24, 2021 but you can watch the recording on YouTube.