NET Cancer Day
Sep 30 2014
The first event in Restigné, at the heart of the Loire Valley in France
The day before the world NET cancer day
Zebras take the vineyard by storm!
Sunday November 9, 2014 – all day
“Le Sourire de Sabrina” (Sabrina’s Smile) is a positive, cheerful association. It was founded in March 2014 to continue the fight of a young woman named Sabrina, who passed away in December 2013, after putting up an admirable fight against the most aggressive form of NET cancer: a poorly differentiated neuroendocrine tumor. She had just turned 33.
The purpose of the association is:
– to raise awareness of NETs and to turn the spotlight on its zebra ribbon symbol and on this little-known type of cancer.
– to support research into NETs.
– to help improve cancer patient comfort.
This is why Le Sourire de Sabrina is organizing the first “Zebra Day” (“Journée Zébrée”, which rhymes in French), with the following events:
– In the morning, a run (“les foulées zebrées”) and a walk (“la balade vigneronne”) in the vineyard. All participants will wear the zebra ribbon
– Introduction to line dancing
– Painting and photography exhibition
– Walking with donkeys (cousins to zebras)
– Evening concert
APTED and Professor LECOMTE, an NET specialist in Tours, have been invited and will attend.
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(if you don’t speak French, you can use an online instant translation service)