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The Cancer Center Treatments of America will be sponsoring the 2017 Scholarship Golf Classic in honor of Chris Piazzi. Cancer Treatment Centers of America was found in 1988 by Richard J Stephenson. Stephenson founded the Treatment Centers due to the death of his mother Mary Brown Stephenson from cancer. After his mother diagnosis, Stephenson and his family were dedicated to finding the most progressive as well as effective cancer treatments. In her memory, Richard promised to change the view of cancer care. The Cancer Treatment Centers of America models what is called the “Mother Standard.” This standard is a mixture of compassion and a nurturing environment of care that will deliver a patient approach to cancer treatment.
The CLC Foundation Board made the decision to honor Chris Piazzi, for his service to the foundation at the 2017 Scholarship Golf Classic. Chris Piazzi, a double transplant recipient had surgery due to a rare liver disease in February of this year. The CLC Foundation Board raises money to support education that will offer individuals a foundation of opportunities in the workforce. The Golf Classic will take place on June 12 at the Ivanhoe Golf Club in Mundelein. Registration will take place at 9 a.m. The event tickets are $ 450 a person, $1,700 per foursome or $65 for the reception and the dinner. Please RSVP by May 26.
Cancer Treatments Centers of America promise to their patients are geared to their healing with the center of their hearts, minds, and actions every day. Their goal is to offer clear information, powerful, and thorough treatments options, based on their patient’s needs. The Cancer Treatment Centers of America promises to never stop searching for and providing powerful, as well as ground-breaking therapies for healing the whole person, progress quality of life and bringing back hope.