In recognition of the 30th Annual National Cancer Survivors Day, The Saint
Barnabas Cancer Program invite their patients to a Celebration of Life
Luncheon on Sunday, September 17, 2017. This special event celebrates
the courage of cancer survivors, the fortitude of their health caregivers,
and the support of their loved ones. The afternoon is hosted by The Saint
Barnabas Cancer Program and will take place from 12:00 to 3:00 pm at Mayfair
Farms, 481 Eagle Rock Avenue, West Orange, NJ 07052.
Join singer, songwriter and cancer survivor, Charlie Lustman, as he bring
his musical message of hope to this year’s “Celebration of
Life.” After recovering from a one in 400 million diagnosed Osteosarcoma
(bone cancer) in his upper jaw in 2007, Charlie wrote and produced a collection
of songs chronicling his cancer journey. He now travels the world performing
what he calls,
The Musical HOPE Campaign! With his brightly painted custom “love guitar” and prosthetic
replacement jaw, Charlie brings inspiration, motivation, education and
hope through original songs that carry an empathetic lyric and melodies
that have transformed the lives of those who have experienced his unique
and powerful message.
Reservations will be accepted beginning August 1, 2017, until the event
reaches capacity, by calling the Cancer Program registration line at 973-322-2671.
This program is exclusively reserved for individuals who have received
cancer treatment in the Saint Barnabas Cancer Program. Please leave your
name, phone number, guest’s name (children must be over the age
of 16) and your Saint Barnabas oncologist’s name. Confirmation calls
will not be provided. Due to limited space we are requesting one guest
Please register early as seating limited.
Celebration of Life is one of numerous community and/or educational activities sponsored by
The Saint Barnabas Cancer Program which feature several specialty services
and a full range of state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment programs.
These include medical oncology, radiation therapy, cancer genetic counseling
and testing, gynecologic oncology, and clinical research. The Cancer Program
provides outpatient facilities with private chemotherapy treatment rooms,
a community resource library and extensive psychosocial support and community
Learn more about The Cancer Program at Saint Barnabas Medical Center.