To Reduce Cancer’s Terrible Toll, UVA Reaches Out to Those Often Left Unheard

To Reduce Cancer's Terrible Toll, UVA Reaches Out to Those Often Left Unheard

The UVA Cancer Center will soon survey 2,000 people in 94 localities to learn more about factors that affect cancer prevention, detection and care.

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‘Social Issues in Medicine Course’ Brings Med Students Into Schools, Clinics, Jails

'Social Issues in Medicine' Course Brings Med Students into Schools, Clinics, Jails

A course for first-year University of Virginia medical students developed by Dr. Mohan Nadkarni, which took on a different look this year, figures to benefit students and members of the Charlottesville community for years to come.

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Adam and Kelly Jackson (L) with Rick and Rosemary Postle (R)

My Two Cents

If a penny saved is a penny earned then the Change 4 Children Campaign that’s underway at 15 Panera locations across Virginia is the gift that keeps on giving.

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Runners line up for a race in Charlottesville.

Undergrads Go the Distance

One step at a time and one foot in front of the other are common phrases you might say to a friend or loved one who is experiencing hardship. Over the last year, however, three different undergraduate student groups have applied that advice to a different context—running to raise money for cancer research and care at UVA.

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Q&A: Alumna Instrumental in Promoting Physical Activity for Children With Disabilities

Q&A: Alumna Instrumental in Promoting Physical Activity for Children with Disabilities

As president of the European Federation of Adapted Physical Activity, Aija Klavina is leading efforts across the continent to increase access to daily physical activities for children with disabilities. She returns to Grounds this week for an interna...

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