Published on November 22, 2021
This Giving Tuesday, your gift will have an even bigger impact on cancer prevention and early detection.
Thanks to a generous matching gift from Barbara Stohlman and family in memory of their father and sister, every dollar donated up to $25,000 will be doubled.
A recipient of the Foundation’s community grants, WVU Cancer Institute’s Mobile Lung Cancer Screening Unit (LUCAS), is partnering with community clinics to deliver this lifesaving service. The program helps patients to overcome obstacles to screening that exist in rural West Virginia.
Mary-Ellen Kirkbride thought she was responding to a lung cancer researcher’s call for help to honor her father’s memory. Little did she know, her own life was about to be saved.
No-Shave November is a month-long journey during which participants forgo shaving and grooming in order to evoke conversation and raise cancer awareness. Join the Prevent Cancer Foundation for No-Shave November!
Mary Pasquinelli was honored with The James L. Mulshine, M.D., National Leadership award for her work establishing a lung cancer screening program to benefit medically underserved communities.
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The Prevent Cancer Foundation partnered with Lorraine C. Ladish and Dawn S.R. to remind everyone to get their lung cancer screenings “back on the books!”
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