Mad Hatter Tea Party benefits clinic for childhood cancer survivors
LAS VEGAS, Nv (KSNV News3LV) —
An afternoon of tea doesn't have to be a casual affair. The Long-Term Follow-Up Clinic for Childhood Cancer Survivors is inviting the public to come to a Mad Hatter Tea Party this Saturday.
The party benefits the Cure 4 The Kids Foundation and will raise funds for Nevada's only clinic focused solet on the needs of childhood cancer survivors.
According to the Cure 4 The Kids website, "Under the direction of Alexandra Walsh, M.D., MSPH, the LTFU clinic screens all childhood cancer survivors no matter where cancer treatment was provided, giving survivors an individualized plan at a multidisciplinary clinic where patients and families can meet with a social worker, neuropsychologist, endocrinologist, education specialist and complementary medicine specialistall in one day."
Dr. Walsh joined News 3 Live at Noon to talk about the clinic and the event focused on making their services even better.