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Women's Cancer Awareness Night Out

Aug 31, 2015

Good Morning America’s Amy Robach Headlines Women’s Cancer Awareness Night Out

Robach AmyTurlock, CA— Amy Robach, Good Morning America news anchor, will headline Emanuel Cancer Center’s annual Women’s Cancer Awareness Night Out, coming October 16.

Robach was diagnosed with breast cancer after getting a mammogram in New York City’s Times Square for a segment on Good Morning America. At 40 and with no cancer history in her family, Robach thought she was years away from needing to begin regular breast-cancer screenings, but got the test anyway at the urging of friend and Good Morning America colleague Robin Roberts, herself a cancer survivor. 

Robach will share her story at Emanuel’s Women’s Cancer Awareness Night Out, to be held at Monte Vista Chapel in Turlock. Tickets are free, but must be reserved in advance, beginning September 16 at 6 a.m. To reserve tickets – limited to two per person – call toll free to (888) 545-6979, or order online at Tickets for the annual event are usually at capacity quickly, so early reservations are highly recommended. 

Doors open at 5:30 p.m. on event day. Cancer survivors are invited to gather at 6:45 p.m. for the always-inspiring survivors’ procession at 7 p.m. that opens the program. After Robach’s speech, there will be a dessert reception at 8:30 p.m. held at Monte Vista Chapel, 1619 East Monte Vista Ave.

About Emanuel Cancer Center
Opened in 2007, the Emanuel Cancer Center brings advanced cancer care to Turlock. The Center is accredited by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer in recognition of its quality of treatment and care. The Emanuel Cancer Center includes advanced diagnostic services at the Ruby E. Bergman Women’s Diagnostic Center, medical oncology, radiation oncology at Stanford Emanuel Radiation Oncology Center, surgical and other services for cancer patients and their families.

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