DALLAS – Country hit maker Chase Bryant will visit cancer patients at Medical City Dallas and Medical City Children’s Hospital on Friday, April 13 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., in advance of the Brad Paisley Weekend Warrior World Tour concert, in partnership with Band Against Cancer with Sarah Cannon. Bryant, who is on tour with Paisley, will perform prior to Paisley at the show happening later that day at 7 p.m. at The Pavilion at the Irving Music Factory.
Band Against Cancer connects people facing cancer with the help they need close to home. During his visit, Bryant will deliver handwritten “Dear Warrior” letters to cancer patients. The notes are part of Sarah Cannon’s Letter to Me campaign, an initiative encouraging anyone to write a supportive or inspiring letter to a cancer patient or caregiver. Bryant has been deeply affected by close family members’ battles with cancer and has been supporting Band Against Cancer for more than a year.
“The Sarah Cannon Letter To Me campaign is a powerful initiative that we know will lift the spirits of our cancer patients,” said Chris Mowan, CEO of Medical City Dallas. “The cancer experts from Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at Medical City Healthcare are here to make sure people can get the help they need close to home.”
The team of cancer experts at Sarah Cannon Institute at Medical City Healthcare provide access to a broad network of renowned experts, leading-edge therapies, innovative treatment and the expertise of locally trusted physicians. Specially trained Sarah Cannon nurse navigators walk patients through their cancer journey from diagnosis through survivorship.
Medical City Healthcare offers advanced treatment options at 10 locations throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area, ensuring patients have access to quality cancer care no matter where they live.