Connect with other cancer patients and survivors during an educational, interactive day focused on healing your mind, soothing your body and learning to live your best life.

You’ll leave this event with new tools to help you adjust emotionally, spiritually and physically to your new normal as a cancer survivor. This year’s event features a range of topics that will benefit cancer patients still undergoing treatment, cancer patients who have completed treatment, long-term cancer survivors, young adult cancer patients and caregivers.

Cost

$20 per registrant. Cost includes breakfast and lunch. Payment must be made at time of registration.

Please note: cancellations after September 8 are not able to be refunded.

Location

Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center 
Elm & Carlton Streets
Buffalo, NY 14263

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Accommodations

Out-of-town guests may make reservations at Adam’s Mark Buffalo or Wyndham Garden Buffalo Downtown.

Adam's Mark
120 Church St, Buffalo, NY 14202
(716) 845-5100

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Wyndham Garden Buffalo Downtown
125 High St, Buffalo, NY 14203
(716) 262-8892

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Testimonials

Hear what attendees have had to say after attending previous Chapter 2 Workshops:

"It was empowering to see and interact with so many survivors. Very practical sessions and information presented throughout the day."
 
"It is a great retreat day away from everyday stresses."
 
"I didn’t want to attend but was bullied into it by my family. I didn’t want to 'live the cancer lifestyle.'  I want to stay away from all things cancer and get on with living. However I’m glad I went, the speakers and staff were excellent, caring and helpful. It was good to see their dedication to us outside of the consulting room and I realized just how much I didn’t know just by being around such a mixed group of survivors. I was particularly struck by seeing so many young people with survivor tags. I’ll definitely sign up for my dose of reality next year. Thank you."
 
"This was my first workshop. I loved it and I hope to come back next year and also take advantage of the various resources Roswell has such as acupuncture and yoga and meditation. It was nice connecting with other people who went through cancer."