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  • Samuels to join WVU Cancer Institute as Major Gifts Director

    Tiffany Samuels will become the Major Gifts Director for the Cancer Institute effective September 10. Tiffany served successfully as Director of Development for WVU Reed College of Media since 2015. She now looks forward to focusing her efforts on the Cancer Institute. “As a West Virginia native and resident; I can think of no greater impact that I can have on my state that to represent the health care needs of my neighbors.” Please join me in thanking Tiffany for all of her great work at Reed and congratulate her as she embarks on her next chapter at WVU. Tiffany may be reached at tiffany.samuels@hsc.wvu.edu or 304-293-8604.

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  • Local fundraiser benefits cancer patients at WVU Cancer Institute

    Local fundraiser benefits cancer patients at WVU Cancer Institute

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Several staff members in the WVU Cancer Institute Clinical Trials Research Unit (CTRU) conducted a fundraiser to help patients at the Institute’s Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center.

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  • $175k gift established in support of colorectal cancer screenings

    $175k gift established in support of colorectal cancer screenings

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  • Betty Puskar honored at WVU Cancer Institute Gala

    Betty Puskar honored at WVU Cancer Institute Gala

    Friends and family members of Betty Puskar, founder of the Betty Puskar Breast Care Center at WVU, are featured in a new video that serves as a tribute to the Morgantown philanthropist.

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  • Local fundraiser to benefit cancer patients at WVU Cancer Institute

    Local fundraiser to benefit cancer patients at WVU Cancer Institute

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Staff in the WVU Cancer Institute Clinical Trials Research Unit (CTRU) are holding a fundraiser to help patients at the Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center.

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  • School board donation to benefit cancer research

    School board donation to benefit cancer research

    The Monongalia County Board of Education has made a donation to the WVU Cancer Institute to support clinical research.

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  • WVU Cancer Institute to celebrate 33rd Annual Spring Gala

    WVU Cancer Institute to celebrate 33rd Annual Spring Gala

    Supporters of the WVU Cancer Institute will celebrate the Cancer Institute’s history of excellence in cancer treatment, prevention, and research during the 33rd Annual Spring Gala, which will be held April 27 and 28 at The Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.

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  • Businessman, entrepreneur Don Hoylman makes leadership gift commitment to WVU

    Businessman, entrepreneur Don Hoylman makes leadership gift commitment to WVU

    Avid WVU supporters, Don Hoylman and his late wife Marcella, are giving back with a transformational leadership donation through a trust. The amount of the gift is not being made public at this time at the donor’s request. The substantial gift will be split evenly between the College of Business and Economics and the WVU Cancer Institute.

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  • WVU women's basketball game raises breast cancer awareness and support for breast care center

    WVU women's basketball game raises breast cancer awareness and support for breast care center

    WVU women’s basketball players and their fans are helping the WVU Cancer Institute in the fight against breast cancer. At the annual Play4Kay game against Oklahoma on Feb. 17 at the WVU Coliseum, the Mountaineers wore their pink to raise breast cancer awareness and offered fans chances to win various prizes during the chuck-a-duck promotion. It was a flurry of activity at the Cancer Institute table where fans purchased the pink ducks and made donations to receive official pink Mountaineer T-shirts, raising $2,300 for the Betty Puskar Breast Care Center.

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  • Cradles for Cancer raises breast cancer awareness and support for research

    Cradles for Cancer raises breast cancer awareness and support for research

    The WVU wrestling team is raising breast cancer awareness and supporting research to fight the disease. During the annual Cradles for Cancer pink match on Feb. 11, the Mountaineers collaborated with WVU Medicine and the WVU Cancer Institute to offer fans the chance to own an official pink Mountaineer T-shirt in exchange for a $10 dollar minimum donation to the Cancer Institute’s Breast Cancer Program.

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