Saturday, March 28, 2015
Registration begins at 7:00am
Race begins at 8:00am
The Streets at Southpoint
6910 Fayetteville Rd.
Durham, NC 27713
RACE DAY DETAILS
Please plan to park in the lot behind Urban Outfitters, to the left of the Southpoint Cinema. Certain lots near JC Penney and behind the Cinema will be blocked for the race course
Race registration, packet pick up and vendors will be located around the fountain in front of Southpoint Cinema
Restrooms are available at the entrance to the Southpoint Mall near Brooks Brothers and West Elm
Please plan on arriving 30-45 minutes before the start of the race to allow for race day registration, packet pick up and warm up
$25 - Standard Registration
$20 - College Students (only for early registration)
$20 - DCPSP Volunteers
$20 - Duke Oncology Providers
$15 - Children age 6-12
Free - Children 5 and under
About the DCPSP
The Duke Cancer Patient Support Program (DCPSP) provides services and resources to help support patients and their loved ones throughout their experience with cancer. Services include: Individual, couple, and family therapy, support groups, self-image resources, pet therapy, child-life services, recreational therapy, and more. All support services are provided at no charge to patients and their families. The DCPSP believes that quality comprehensive cancer care involves attending to issues beyond the scope of traditional models of medicine. They believe in treating the whole person, not solely the cancer. Further, they believe in treating the whole family, as cancer touches the lives of patients and their loved ones.
About the CLHC
The Center for Learning Health Care (CLHC) is a unique research group that develops and tests solutions to improve patient care utilizing cutting edge technologies. It brings together several existing programs at Duke and provides a platform for several new specialized cores, creating an innovation hub for investigators and academic entrepreneurs. The well-being of the patients we serve is our top priority and we are excited to be able to aid the DCPSP in its mission towards assisting patients.