September 27, 2013
Blue Ribbon Gala - Explore. Celebrate. Imagine.
George Watts Hills Alumni Center
Chapel Hill, NC
More details can be found here.
A strong UNC team took part in the April 20, 2013 Purple Stride! Walk at North Carolina State University's Centennial Campus.
For the third consecutive year, UNC Lineberger was a race charity partner for the Tar Heel 10 Miler and Fleet Feet Sports 4 Mile Run.
Pretty Fab Events hosted a fun day of pampering for girls ages 5-12 to benefit the Pediatric Oncology and Hematology Clinic at the N.C. Cancer Hospital.
The Carolina Tarheels Men's Baseball team shaved their heads to support kids battling cancer.
UNC women’s basketball Coach Sylvia Hatchell’s blueberry patch near Black Mountain, NC is getting ready for the summer picking season.
Chapel Hill native Eli Tate, a third-year medical student at UNC, and his wife, Erin, wanted to do something after their stepmother, Stella Waugh, was diagnosed in 2010 with endometrial cancer.
The 4th Annual Bobby F. Garrett Esophageal Cancer Benefit Concert was held on December 8, 2012, at Saint Matthew AME Church in Raleigh, attracting more than 175 people.
The 37 UNC team members, including two survivors, who participated in the November 3 Light the Night event, raised $4,200 for the North Carolina Chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
For the third consecutive year, UNC Lineberger and its community partners went all out in October to “Turn the Town Pink!”
A record 415 people attended the October 12, 2012 breakfast event held at center court of the Dean E. Smith Center to benefit cancer prevention, treatment, and research in the community.
Participants pelted with pink powder for cancer awareness
On September 15, 2012, almost 150 participants ate breakfast on the run - literally - to benefit UNC Lineberger.
A Bessemer City, N.C. woman is referred to UNC Hospitals for treatment of a recurrence of breast cancer and brings with her a posse of support and encouragement for the journey.
Dr. Karyn Stitzenberg, assistant professor of surgery and a member of UNC Lineberger, was thanked for her "speedy response" to an anonymous patient in a unique way: a racecar windshield banner.