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Lynn Cinciripini
· October 30, 2017
Wonderful project. This is my first year knowing about the quilt project. I plan to participate in the next one too by bidding on a quilt. Seems like it would be a great, great gift for Christmas!
Dixie Frantz
· June 2, 2017
Great cause! Couldn't get a quilt made in time for this year! Will make one next year for sure in honor of my sister, Mary, who passed away in April of Ovarian Cancer.
Dale Anthony Weiss
· November 8, 2017
A wonderful way to support Cancer Awareness and Education!
Allene Aldridge-Fonville
· May 4, 2017
I am amazed at the hearts, and their will to be driven, to commit to such intricate work, for such a wonderful cause! Godspeed to everyone involved, and may God bless each of you, and your endeavors. ...Looking forward to OCTOBER!!!!! See More
Terry Lynn Arnold
October 19, 2011
what a wonderful way to raise money, and cover someone with love at the same time!
Dianna Roberts
October 25, 2011
Can hardly wait to see what they have come up with this year.
Kristi Smith
October 25, 2011
Beautiful quilts being auctioned for a good cause. I quilted one of them.
Paula Biederman
November 1, 2011
Beautiful Quilts on Auction for Ovarian Cancer Research.
Tina Trotta
October 31, 2011
Very Exciting Project! Check it out!!
Teri Cole
October 26, 2011
Love quilts? Check this out !!!
Ann Ruthsdottir
November 18, 2011
This is a GREAT cause especially needed and appreciated by all women.
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Stop by our booth at the International Quilt Festival today through Nov. 5. We are located in the Interactive Booth section, aisle 200 booth number 248.
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The online quilt auction opens at 12 noon today. Your bids will support ovarian cancer research.
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The online quilt auction supports those affected by ovarian cancer. Bid today at ovarianquilt.com
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MD Anderson Cancer Center added 10 new photos — with Wonda Mitchell and Flora Argueta Robles.

Here are some of our many team members who worked together to provide safe care for our patients, their families, and our facilities during this Houston area wi...nter weather event.

Travel conditions are expected to improve throughout the day. Outpatient services at our Texas Medical Center location will return to normal operations at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17. Our locations in Bay Area, Katy, Memorial City and The Woodlands open at noon.

Employees are to return to work as scheduled if it's safe to do so. Stay in touch with your supervisors regarding your personal situations. Our parking garages are open and our campus shuttles are operating.

Employees who remained at MD Anderson overnight should review their email messages regarding cot returns and timekeeping.

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UPDATE AS OF 8 P.M. TUESDAY, JAN. 16

Ice on the roads will make for dangerous travel conditions in the Houston area as temperatures dip into the 20s overnight. ...On Wednesday, Jan. 17, we will delay outpatient appointments at our Texas Medical Center campus to start at 10 a.m. Patients whose schedules are affected will be contacted to reschedule. The Laboratory will be open at its usual time, 6 a.m.

Our locations in Bay Area, Katy, Memorial City and The Woodlands will delay outpatient appointments until noon. Appointments at our Sugar Land location will begin at 8 a.m.

Inpatient services will continue as normal.

If traveling to MD Anderson for an appointment, please drive safely and allow extra time for your travel due to road conditions.

Employee information: Employees should report to work at their normal time if it’s safe to do so. Please connect with your supervisors to discuss your schedule. Supervisors will work with employees to make up any missed time later in the week or to designate paid time off or other accrued leave. Extended hours are being considered this week to make up missed patient appointments caused by the winter weather. Staffing plans will be announced at the local level.

Smithville and Bastrop campuses will resume normal operations Wednesday at 8 a.m.

Thank you to staff who have been on site caring for our patients, our facilities and each other. Your teamwork and commitment to our patients is extraordinary.

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MD Anderson Cancer Center

UPDATE AS OF 10 A.M. TUESDAY, JAN. 16

Winter weather conditions in the Houston area on Tuesday, Jan. 16 are expected to worsen as the day goes on. Please check ...road conditions and allow extra time for travel.

MD Anderson is at normal operations for inpatient services. Outpatient appointments after 1 p.m. will be rescheduled. Contact your care center or clinic if you have questions about your specific situation. You can use our myMDAnderson patient portal to reschedule appointments.

All cafes are open and will close at 1 p.m. except for Café Anderson, located in the Main Building, Floor 1 and The Park, Main Building, Floor 2. Cafe Anderson will close at 8:30 p.m. and reopen Wednesday, Jan. 17 at 6 a.m. Limited Grab and Go options will be available in The Park, Main Building, Floor 2, from 9:30 p.m. to 6 a.m. Inpatient room service orders will be accepted until 7:30 p.m.

Employee information: Local leaders will discuss and develop staffing plans with their teams to maintain patient care and safety. Contact your supervisors directly to discuss your schedules. Some staff will be asked to stay over. Hourly staff remaining onsite should stay clocked in. If called in early, staff should clock in upon arrival and remain clocked in.

Our Smithville and Bastrop locations are closed today, Tuesday, Jan. 16.

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Wellness Wednesday

Finding out you need chemo can be overwhelming and even scary. But it’s a little easier to manage when you know what to expect.

Be sure to ask your care team these six questions, says Misti DeMargel, a clinical nurse at MD Anderson in The Woodlands. #endcancer

Before you start chemotherapy, be sure to ask your care team these six questions.
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Wellness Wednesday

“Our experience and studies show that New Year's resolutions often fall by the wayside a few weeks into the year,” says our Dr. Karen Basen-Engquist. “We know w...hat we need to do, and have good intentions, but most of us are not able to turn resolutions into reality.”

Try her tips to turn your resolutions into actions. #endcancer

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