Prostate Center Patients Celebrate Survivors' Day

Almost 400 people—patients and family members—joined physicians and staff from the Academic Urology Prostate Center on June 5 at the Presidential Catering center in East Norriton to mark the annual National Cancer Survivors’ Day.

Attendees enjoyed a luncheon and entertainment, along with remarks from David Ellis, MD, from Academic Urology, and Mark Sobczak, MD, with Fox Chase Radiation Oncology Associates.

“Survivors’ Day is a wonderful celebration of the courage and perseverance of men and their families who have overcome prostate cancer,” Dr. Ellis said. “For me and my physician colleagues, along with the staff at the Prostate Center, it is a privilege to see these patients again and to recognize and honor their recovery.”

Attendance at the Prostate Center’s annual Survivors’ Day event has grown over the years. “The Prostate Center’s staff, services, and technology have an outstanding record of quality outcomes,” Dr. Ellis said. “The proof of that is in the growing numbers of survivors we see each year at this event.”

 

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