MRO is a proud Platinum sponsor of the Angel Foundation’s Angel Gala 2019
Saturday, January 26
The Angel Foundation provides financial and emotional support to local adults with cancer and their families.
We are teaming up with Susan G. Komen for the Twin Cities 2019 Race for the Cure to support breast cancer patients and their families in the fight of their lives.
Breast cancer affects us all, not just those diagnosed. Husbands, daughters, sons, sisters and co-workers have all been touched by this disease. This year alone, it’s estimated that 4,110 Minnesota women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. Together we can make an impact.
Meet at the Minneapolis Radiation Tent on race day for your free tattoo. Together we can make an impact.
|Mercy Hospital Foundation Crystal Ball Gala||April 27th, 2019||2019 Crystal Ball|
|National Cancer Control Month||Presidential Proclamation for National Cancer Control Month|
|National Young Adult Cancer Awareness Week||April 1-7||Cancer in Young Adults|
|National Oral, Head, and Neck Cancer Awareness Week||April 7-13||Head and Neck Cancer and Radiation|
|National Minority Cancer Awareness Week||April 8-14||Minority Cancer Awareness|
|Testicular Cancer Awareness Month||Testicular Cancer Information|
|Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure||May 12th, 2019||Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure|
|Bladder Cancer Awareness Month||Bladder Cancer Information|
|Brain Tumor Awareness Month||Brain Cancer and Radiation|
|Cancer Research Month||American Association for Cancer Research|
|Melanoma Monday||May 6|
|Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month||American Academy of Dermatology|
9 U.S. markets | Nearly 13,000 participants | Twin Cities raised over $244,000
MRO is proud to have been a sponsor of the October 13, 2018 American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA) Breakthroughs in Brain Tumors 5K Run & Walk Twin Cities!
MRO Points of Pride
A special thank you from the American Brain Tumor Association
On behalf of the American Brain Tumor Association and the local volunteer committee, thank you for your support of the Twin Cities BT5K.
The MRO Team showed up in force and made a difference. Your presence and spirit sent a strong message to cancer patients, caregivers, and the medical community.
With sincerest thanks,
And the entire American Brain Tumor Association
Dr. Paul Sperduto, MRO Radiation Oncologist and Director at MRO | Ridgeview, spoke live on the WCCO 4 News at Noon Show on Tuesday, September 18. Dr. Sperduto was promoting MRO’s sponsorship of the October 13 Breakthrough for Brain Tumors Run & Walk and discussed the breakthroughs in brain tumor research and treatment advancements.
Dr. Sperduto explained the importance of understanding treatment options and the role of radiation therapy. “Cancer patients are in the fight of their lives and depend on their doctors to recommend the best possible treatment for their diagnosis with the least possible disruption to their lives.”
To see Dr. Sperduto’s interview on WCCO 4 News at Noon Show, click here.
His clinical practice focuses on using radiation therapy for a wide range of cancers, with a particular interest in brain tumors. Dr. Sperduto is nationally recognized for his leadership in the advancement of radiation oncology technology and treatment protocols, including Gamma Knife Radiosurgery.
Minneapolis Radiation Oncology is the Twin Cities’ largest provider of radiation oncology. With more than 11 convenient locations, patients and families can receive treatment close to home.