Rochester Regional Announces Keynote Speaker for Lipson Cancer Center Event

April 5, 2015
Rochester Regional Health System is pleased to announce Amy Robach, news anchor for Good Morning America and cancer survivor, as keynote speaker at the Lipson Cancer Center Champions of Hope Luncheon & Awards Wednesday, June 10, at the Joseph A. Floreano Rochester Riverside Convention Center.

Robach, 42, revealed she had breast cancer shortly after receiving a mammogram on a live broadcast of Good Morning America in 2013. She will share her inspirational story with the Rochester community at the Lipson Cancer Center Champions of Hope Luncheon & Awards.

The Lipson Cancer Center is also seeking nominations for Champions of Hope who have made an impact on the fight against cancer. A Champion of Hope is someone battling cancer, a cancer survivor, or the caregiver to those affected by cancer. Champions of Hope will be celebrated at the June 10 event. One deserving nominee will be chosen for a meet and greet with Robach.

To nominate a Champion of Hope or purchase tickets to the June 10 event, visit www.lipsonchampions.org. Tickets are $65.

For more information contact Calista Amering at [email protected] or (585) 922-5948.

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