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RSVP for our Survivor Workshop in Conjunction with a 2nd Act

We will be hosting a survivor workshop in conjunction with “A 2nd Act” from 8:30am-3:30pm, Saturday, April 21st.

Lunch and work book provided free of charge.

Limited to 30 maximum participants. Call 480-314-6660 to RSVP today!


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This event is located at:

700 W. Warner Rd

Chandler, AZ 85225

Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers was at the West Valley Senior Expo in Sun City

Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers was at the West Valley Senior Expo this morning. There was entertainment from Sun City Poms, live music, raffles, and local area vendors. We had a booth and were promoting our Sun City office and upcoming Cancer Survivors Celebration Breakfast in Glendale on May 5th. The event was from 9am-12pm today (Monday, April 9th). It was located at the Sundial Recreation Center, 14801 N. 103rd Ave., Sun City AZ 85351. Thanks to all of the patrons and vendors that stopped by our booth to say hello!

It was a great event with a huge attendance.  Can’t wait for the next event!  Special thanks to Shelly Brooks from The Independent Newsmedia for helping set this event up.

RSVP for our Cancer Support Community Night April 11th….Parents & Kids Welcome!

Parents and Kids are Encouraged to Attend!

We will be hosting a Community Night for parents along with supervised childcare.

There will be a craft for children between the ages of four and twelve years old.

This event takes place on April 11th from 6-7:30pm.

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You must call 480-314-6660 to RSVP for this event.

The address of the event is:  700 W. Warner Rd., Chandler, AZ 85225

Gary Stroutsos Concert at the Ironwood Scottsdale Office!

Live at the Ironwood Scottsdale Office!

4:30-6pm, Thursday, April 5th


GARY STROUTSOS’ live performances have captivated audiences around the world. His meditative flute music and time-honored stories evoke the lands and cultures that he has studied over the course of his 35-year career. Gary’s mission is to carry the music forward to future generations and to promote stewardship of diverse cultures and the natural environment.
Each of Gary’s engaging and unique solo performances is distinct, drawn from the inspiration of the space and the audience. Gary’s evocative musical style and use of humor transcends human differences in age and culture, connecting audiences in a shared contemplative space that transport them to a spirit of place.

World Renown Flute Player Gary Stroutsos coming to share story and provide stress relief through a musical performance. There will also be Q&A. It’s a onetime event!

For more information about his music visit: www.garystroutsos.com.


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Located at the Ironwood Scottsdale Office at

8880 E. Desert Cove Ave.
Scottsdale, AZ 85260

“Survivors Breakfast Celebration” at Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers Continues to Unite and Inspire Community

On an early spring Saturday morning in Gilbert, before the sun brightens the day, a team of dedicated and tireless volunteers are buzzing with energy, setting up tables, chairs and pop-tents, getting ready for the morning’s festivities. Today is Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers “Survivor Breakfast Celebration.”  Ironwood has invited hundreds of guests to their Gilbert location for education, entertainment and a pancake breakfast.  Sandra, an Ironwood employee says, “It’s just as much fun as it is a passion project for us.”

The purpose of the breakfast is to celebrate individuals and families that have been touched by cancer and is open to the entire community.  Dr. Christopher Kellogg, an oncologist with Ironwood says, “My patients are an inspiration to me.  I’m so glad that we have this event to give back to them.”

This event is uplifting, educational and inspiring- not to mention free.  Ironwood oncology specialists provide free head and neck screenings, community hairstylists provide free haircuts, visitors can participate in a Tai Chi demonstration, there is a meditation workshop, as well as various cancer related educational booths, face painting and family friendly crafts. Participating vendors provide visitors valuable information and support services for cancer patients, their families, and the general community and many are cancer survivors themselves.  Ann, from Mindful Skin Spa who cares for the skin of cancer patients, says, “This is a wonderful celebration for patients, their family, and friends.  I’ve been coming for four years and it keeps getting better.”



Everybody is helping everybody which is a pleasure to see.  That alone would be enough for me, but the yummy breakfast and activity lineup bring this event into a league of its own.” Kelly Huey, a social worker at Ironwood, says, “My goal is to make every one of our guests feel like this is their day.  We want them to know that we at Ironwood are honored to serve and care for them. Ironwood offers support groups, classes, and integrative services that are free and available not only for our patients but the entire community.  The best part of the breakfast for me is seeing everyone enjoying the morning and forgetting about their problems and having some fun!”  By the end of the day an estimated one-thousand pancakes will be consumed, a few tears will shed and an innumerable amount of smiles and hugs will be shared.  Come learn and celebrate with our patients, volunteers, staff, and the community.

The Survivor Breakfast Celebration will take place at the Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers located at 3686 S. Rome Street, in Gilbert across from Mercy Gilbert Medical Center, from 8-11am, Saturday, March 24, 2018.

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