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Join Us on Sunday, June 4, From 1 to 3 p.m.

The staff at the Samaritan Cancer Program looks forward to honoring cancer survivors and loved ones. Join us in either Corvallis or Newport. Event details below.

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Program Overview

Corvallis and Newport locations will follow the same program format.

1 p.m. – Doors open. Enjoy good food, company and more.
1:45 p.m. – Talks start from the cancer care team, survivors and others.
2:15 p.m. – Explore community cancer resources.
3 p.m. – Program concludes.

Location Details


CH2M HILL Alumni Center
725 SW 26th St., Corvallis, OR 97331
(located on the campus of Oregon State University)


Center for Health Education
740 SW 9th St., Newport, OR 97365
(located across from Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital)

National Cancer Survivors Day

The first Sunday of June is National Cancer Survivors Day — a day that is celebrated around the globe. This day honors people living with a history of cancer, celebrates their milestones and recognizes those who have supported them along the way. 

Cancer Survivors, We Honor You

The cancer care team at Samaritan Health Services shares words to best describe their patients.

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Cancer Survivors, You Inspire Us!

Inspired each day by their patients, below are a few words from the cancer care team.

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Whether you are on day one or 1000 of your journey, we honor you on this day. We know that the path is not easy and today we celebrate your courage, your determination and your resilience. Thank you for being an inspiration to me on this day and all the days of your journey.
Holly Almond, MSN, FNP


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I am inspired daily by the courage and resilience of the people who come to us to receive care. It is truly an honor to help them through such a challenging time in their lives.
John Strother, MD


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Every day in clinic I see examples of great courage and determination. You are heroes and deserve to be recognized. 
Robert Davis, MD


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We admire and are honored to serve our courageous cancer survivors. We stand with you!
William “Bud” Pierce, MD, PhD

Comprehensive Cancer Care, Close to Home

The Samaritan Cancer Program combines innovative research with exceptional care, from medical oncology, to radiation therapy, specialty breast care, orthopedic oncology, laboratory, diagnostic imaging, lymphedema and supportive services.