Boot Walk to End Cancer
Cancer doesn’t care what kind of boots you wear. It affects everyone. This is something we know all too well at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Every day we’re focused on Making Cancer History® for our patients and their loved ones. We’re supporting patients throughout their cancer journeys, and we’re hard at work advancing research discoveries to slow, stop or prevent cancer.
MD Anderson invites everyone to join the second annual Boot Walk to End Cancer®, Saturday, Nov. 11. Walkers are encouraged to start a team and wear their favorite boots ― cowboy boots, combat boots or rain boots ― to symbolize giving cancer the boot. Registration is free, and those who raise at least $100 earn a Boot Walk T-shirt.
Check in at 11 a.m. for the 1 p.m. walk. Stick around for post-event festivities, emceed by Justin Stapleton, KPRC-TV meteorologist.
For more information and registration, visit: www.mdanderson.org/bootwalk
MD Anderson Cancer Center in the Texas Medical Center
Pressler Street at Bertner Avenue