• Morgantown Touch-A-Truck marks another successful year

    Morgantown Touch-A-Truck marks another successful year

    Not even the rainy weather could dampen interest in this year’s Morgantown Touch-A-Truck at Granville University Town Centre on May 21. Hundreds of families brought their children to the event to climb on and explore a wide variety of vehicles that were on display for a worthy cause. 

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  • Wetzel County family present gift bags for cancer patients

    Wetzel County family present gift bags for cancer patients

    A Wetzel County family has paid forward the kindness showed to them and their loved one at the WVU Cancer Institute Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center. Tomasina Dallison, her husband Clay and their daughters Kynnedi and Jayla, and Tomasina’s father-in-law Ed, travelled from Smithfield, West Virginia, recently to present 80 gift bags for patients at the Cancer Center. 

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  • Former Cancer Institute summer research student inducted into Gold Humanism Honor Society

    Former Cancer Institute summer research student inducted into Gold Humanism Honor Society

    Colleen Beatty, a 2011 WVU Cancer Institute summer research fellowship recipient, who recently was inducted into the West Virginia University School of Medicine’s chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society. 

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  • 2016 Crystal Ribbon Award Recipients

    2016 Crystal Ribbon Award Recipients

    The 2016 Annual Spring Gala introduced a new Cancer Institute tradition in presenting several individuals with The Crystal Ribbon Award. This Award recognizes and honors recipients for their remarkable contributions to the Institute, the Cancer Center and the health and well-being of West Virginians. The Crystal Ribbon Award was designed by John DesMeules, a glass artisan with Glass Dimensions of Tamarack, to encompass and inspire the three attributes of hope, innovation and partnership. The unique piece is hand made of clear West Virginia glass in the shape of a ribbon, representative of a historically important industry for the state and symbolic of all types of cancer.

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