Patient Care

  • Breast to Brain Cancer: Risks and Research

    Breast to Brain Cancer: Risks and Research

    Join Hannah Hazard-Jenkins, M.D. and Paul Lockman, Ph.D., doctors who are dedicating their efforts to research and treatment of breast cancer, at the next Ask WVU Medicine Community Conversation, Tuesday, May 23 at 6 p.m. in the WVU Health Sciences Center Fukushima Auditorium.

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  • CPC Recognizes 300 partners with Thank-a-thon

    CPC Recognizes 300 partners with Thank-a-thon

    Cancer Prevention and Control recognized National Volunteer Week with a "Thank-a-thon" on Monday, April 24.  Staff worked together to contact 300 volunteers and partners from around the Mountain State to let them know how much their efforts are appreciated. CPC has a diverse array of partners that include service and social groups, health care providers, health clinics, non-profit organizations, media, businesses, faith-based organizations, schools, and governmental agencies.  

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  • Jacqueline’s Fine Jewelry to host event to benefit cancer patients

    Jacqueline’s Fine Jewelry to host event to benefit cancer patients

    The WVU Cancer Institute Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center is partnering with Jacqueline’s Fine Jewelry in the Suncrest Town Centre to benefit patients at the Cancer Center. On Thursday, May 4, Jacqueline’s will host a Charmed by Charity event from 5:30 to 8 p.m. and 15 percent of Alex and Ani jewelry sales will go to the Cancer Center’s Comfort Fund. Stop by and select a Mother’s Day gift or a graduation gift and support the Fund. Read how the Comfort Fund benefits patients

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  • In The Spotlight

  • World-renowned cancer expert to lead WVU Cancer Institute

    World-renowned cancer expert to lead WVU Cancer Institute

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Richard M. Goldberg, M.D., renowned gastrointestinal cancer expert, has been named the new director of the WVU Cancer Institute.

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  • Gee welcomes new cancer researchers to WVU

    Gee welcomes new cancer researchers to WVU

    Earlier this year when Mary J.C. Hendrix was named president of Shepherd University, she had a critical decision to make: To shut down her research laboratory at Northwestern University or relocate her groundbreaking cancer research closer to Shepherd. The answer came in a unique partnership with West Virginia University, a major R1 research university 150 miles to the west of Shepherd. Thanks to sophisticated Skype technology, Hendrix and her laboratory are able to resume daily research interactions.

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