September 27, 2013
Blue Ribbon Gala - Explore. Celebrate. Imagine.
George Watts Hills Alumni Center
Chapel Hill, NC
More details can be found here.
More than 280 people attended the 2012 UNC Lineberger Club event on Saturday, February 18, 2012. The event recognizes UNC Lineberger supporters who contribute $1000 or more annually to UNC Lineberger’s cancer treatment, research and prevention programs.
Performer and cancer survivor Charlie Lustman visited the N.C. Cancer Hospital on February 29, 2012.
Jessica Perry of Hudson, MA, is traveling more than 700 miles to run 10 and she thinks it’s worth it! The marathoning mom of 3 wanted to do a charity run and saw the 2012 Wells Fargo Tar Heel 10-miler on UNC Lineberger’s Facebook page.
Close to 100 patients and families gathered at the Friday Continuing Education Center on February 15 to participate in the Melanoma Patient Day symposium.
Family House Diaries: David Alston: Snatching the Silver Lining from the Cloud of a Cancer Recurrence
A 42-year-old Carrboro resident prepares for UNC Hospitals’ first triple-tandem stem cell transplant in an adult for the treatment of a testicular cancer recurrence, growing in wisdom and insight along the way.
Former UNC Basketball Star Raises $5,000 in Hardee’s Shoot Out Against Cancer
On November 12, 2011, the Fourth Annual I ♥ MC Gala & Silent Auction brought family, friends, and supporters together from all over the country to Raleigh, NC for a fundraiser to benefit the Mary Claire Satterly Foundation’s support of the Oncology Pediatric Playroom at the N.C. Cancer Hospital.
Triad Golfers Against Cancer has awarded UNC Lineberger scientists M. Ben Major, PhD, and D. Neil Hayes, MD, MPH, $60,000 to define gene mutations that are key drivers of lung cancer.
When Denis and Margaret de St. Aubin, who serve on the UNC Lineberger Board of Visitors, received a letter requesting donations of essential items for the UNC Comprehensive Cancer Support Program’s Patient and Family Resource Center, Margaret proposed that Denis hold a contest among his employees to help fulfill the need.
A colon cancer diagnosis forces a retired social worker and loving mother, wife and sibling to step back from taking care of others and take care of herself.
Laura combined her love of children, UNC, and her desire to be a pediatric oncologist into a senior fundraising project.
A young couple from Pitt County weathers a bad disease, an unexpected relapse and toxic treatments over a journey that has brought them closer after it earlier drove them apart.
UNC Multidisciplinary Thoracic Oncology Program physicians, nurses and staff braved chilly temperatures in Raleigh on Saturday, November 5, to take part in the Free to Breathe 5K sponsored by the NC Lung Cancer Partnership.
UNC’s Light the Night team numbered more than 50 for the November 5 event. Led by team captain Crista Credle, their goal was to raise $3,000, but they far surpassed it with over $6,000.
The Pink Pacers, a Chapel Hill-based group founded to give back to the local community, promoting healthy living and fighting cancer partnered with O2 Fitness to sponsor the 2011 Get Heeled 5k and family fun walk.