Methodist Healthcare System | Keeping Well | Fall 2019

More than 200 patients and their families and friends gathered to honor cancer survivors who have proven that life after a cancer diagnosis can be fruit- ful, rewarding, and even inspiring at the Cancer Survivors Celebration, hosted by Former Spurs player and cancer prevention advocate Sean Elliott and his wife, Claudia Zapata-Elliott, M.S., R.D., are teaming up with South Texas Radiology Imaging Centers (STRIC) and Methodist Healthcare to increase awareness of the benefits of screening mammography. Many women with breast cancer show no symptoms, making the screen- ing mammogram critical to early detection and a successful treatment plan. Women who book a mammogram at STRIC using the promo code “SPURS” will receive a complimen- tary Sean Elliott Spurs T-shirt with Elliott’s name and iconic number “32” on the back, while supplies last. The goal is to reach as many women as possible with the message of the importance of screening mammography. Women may book appointments online at or by phoning 210-617-9000 . Join Sean Elliott and Claudia Zapata-Elliott in Raising Awareness of the Importance of ScreeningMammography Methodist Healthcare System in August. Held at the Pearl Stable, the Cancer Survivors Celebration was a day for everyone: survivors, those who have recently been diagnosed, family members and friends, and medical professionals. Methodist Healthcare Honors Cancer SurvivorsWith Special Celebration Members of the Methodist Healthcare family had the opportunity to celebrate life as they connected with each other, remembering milestones and recognizing those who have supported them along the way. It also was a day to draw attention to the ongoing challenges of cancer survivorship. Activities included healthy cooking demonstrations, scarf tying tips and makeup tutorials. Learn more about Methodist Healthcare cancer services at . M e t h o d i s t H e a l t h c a r e F A L L 2 0 1 9 5 K E E P I N G W E L L