• WVU Women's Soccer Holds Kick Cancer 4 by 4 Event on March 8

    WVU Women's Soccer Holds Kick Cancer 4 by 4 Event on March 8

    The annual Kick Cancer four by four event is made up of teams of 3 where the fourth player is a mountaineer player.  To date, this project has raised over $160,000 for the Betty Puskar Breast Care Center and breast cancer research at the WVU Cancer Institute. This year's event raised its goal of $10,000. This event held on Sunday, March 8th had over 84 teams registered and over 300 students participating.

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Patient Care

  • Perseverance through adversity

    Perseverance through adversity

    Sloan Nesbit was finishing up his freshmen year at West Virginia University’s School of Medicine when on April 1, 2016 — April Fool’s Day of all days — he was diagnosed with T-ALL, T-cell Acute Lymphoblastic Lymphoma.

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  • Alumni group donates PPE to WVU Medcinie and WVU Cancer Institute

    Alumni group donates PPE to WVU Medcinie and WVU Cancer Institute

    In response to the recent need for PPE for clinical healthcare workers, a local Morgantown Registered Nurse worked with a group of her college friends to raise funds and collect donations to help boost the PPE supplies for WVU Medicine and WVU Cancer Institute Cancer Clinical Trials Research Unit

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