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  • Bonnie’s Bus to offer mammograms in Clendenin, Ravenswood, Charleston, and Beckley

    Tuesday, October 6, 2015

    Bonnie’s Bus, a digital mammography center on wheels, will visit Kanawha, Jackson, and Raleigh counties in October, offering digital mammograms and breast care education to women.

  • Bonnie's Bus receives Warriors in Pink quilt

    Tuesday, October 6, 2015

    Bonnie's Bus, a digital mammography center on wheels, has received a unique patchwork quilt from the region’s Ford dealerships who participate in Quilt for the Cure, part of Ford’s national program called Warriors in Pink.  Ford, a long-time sponsor of the Komen Foundation at the local and national level, set up a "Patchwork Station" at the 2015 Race for the Cure in Pittsburgh.  Race participants and supporters were asked to decorate square individual swatches of cloth with images and messages recognizing the fight against breast cancer in some way.  The squares were made into quilts by volunteer quilters, then donated to breast cancer treatment centers and organizations participating in the battle against breast cancer.

  • Dine out for BRA Day fundraiser to benefit breast cancer patients

    Monday, October 5, 2015

    Dine Out for BRA Day is Wednesday, Oct. 21. The following Morgantown restaurants will donate a portion of their proceeds to support Breast Reconstruction Awareness (BRA): Applebe's, Archie's Lakehouse, Bartini, Buffalo Wild Wings in Suncrest Towne Center, Regatta Bar and Grille, Table 9 and Tutto Gelato.

  • MBRCC Employee Recognition Awards 2015

    Friday, October 2, 2015

    The MBRCC Employee Recognition Awards Committee is now accepting nominations for its annual MBRCC Employee Recognition Awards Program. If you would like to nominate and recognize excellence amongst our faculty, members, staff, employees and Cancer Service Line staff members who devote their professional lives to cancer prevention, care or research in any and all capacities, please download the nomination form on our MBRCC website or complete the hard copy form and send to Donna Tamasco, Room 1805, P.O. Box 9300, or by email to dtamasco@hsc.wvu.edu.  Each section of the nomination form must be completed, including an explanation of how the nominee demonstrates “excellence” in the particular guiding principle.   

  • Toothman Ford conducts breast cancer awareness pledge to benefit MBRCC

    Friday, October 2, 2015

    Toothman Ford in Grafton is once again raising breast cancer awareness and supporting the efforts of the Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center by pledging $100 per car that the dealership sells in October to the Cancer Center.  “This is a cause close to many of our own hearts and we hope to raise awareness and hopefully an ambitious goal of $15,000 which would be a record sales month,” JR Toothman, owner of Toothman Ford said. Earlier this year, the dealership donated a specially designed chase car for Bonnie’s Bus to use as it travels across West Virginia providing mammography services to women in the communities where they live.  Bonnie’s Bus, a program of the Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center, is the only mobile digital mammography unit in West Virginia and the only program nationwide that serves an entire state.

  • WVU Medicine going wild for pink to raise breast cancer awareness

    Wednesday, September 30, 2015

    WVU Medicine is going wild for pink with a variety of activities and events planned throughout October to raise breast cancer awareness.

  • WVU Medicine Expo to be held October 2

    Friday, September 25, 2015

    The human heart is about the size of your fist. At 13 feet high and 26 feet long, the MEGA Heart is a little bit bigger. Come walk through the world’s largest inflatable heart exhibit at the 2015 WVU Medicine Expo at the Morgantown Mall, which will be held 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 2.

  • Clarksville family donates gas cards to cancer patients

    Thursday, September 24, 2015

    A Clarksville, PA, man and his two sons have donated $2,000 in gas cards to patients at WVU Medicine’s Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center.  Arthur Moore and his sons, Samuel and David, purchase the cards with the support of businesses and public donations throughout the year.  Then, they distribute them to cancer patients and their families at various hospitals and cancer centers in honor of Moore’s wife, Jen, who lost her battle to a rare form of cancer four years ago.