WVU Cancer Institute Recognizes Clinical Trials Awareness Month

WVU Cancer Institute Recognizes Clinical Trials Awareness Month

Employees of WVU Medicine and the WVU Cancer Institute came together on Monday, May 20 to join organizations across the world in celebrating Clinical Trials Day on May 20. This day recognizes those who conduct clinical trials, raises awareness of clinical trials and clinical research, and is an opportunity to show gratitude for the work they do to improve public health.

  • 2021 Coach Bob Huggins Fish Fry

    2021 Coach Bob Huggins Fish Fry

    The annual Bob Huggins Fish Fry supports both the Norma Mae Huggins Endowment at the WVU Cancer Institute and Remember the Miners’ flagship scholars program. Each year, nearly 1,500 fans and friends gather to enjoy good company, great eats, and to support these worthy causes. To ensure this support does not waiver in 2021, and in keeping with COVID guidelines, the in-person event has been shifted to a cutting-edge virtual experience. Join us online for an entertaining evening, complete with special presentations, auctions, and exclusive commentary. The star-studded special guest lineup includes Founder and CEO of Barstool Sports Dave Portnoy, ESPN analyst Fran Fraschilla, WVU great Da’Sean Butler and many others to be announced!

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  • Four APRNs achieve advanced oncology certification

    Four advanced practice registered nurses at the WVU Cancer Institute achieved Advanced Oncology Certified Nurse Practitioner (AOCNP) certification.

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  •  ‘Don’t feel like a guinea pig:’ New COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective

    ‘Don’t feel like a guinea pig:’ New COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective

    It may seem that the COVID-19 vaccine came from out of nowhere, but it actually underwent the same rigorous testing that all vaccines do. It’s safe. It’s effective. And it represents a huge step toward making life feel normal again, according to one West Virginia University vaccine expert.

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