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The competition was fierce during an exciting game day match up between @PoeMans_dream and St. Jude patient Kiki. The winner: Kiki. Thanks to Dontari for stopping by to drop off toys for the kids of St. Jude!

Blood donations gave Stephenie an extra boost of energy when she needed it most. When you give blood, you’re helping to give time to cancer patients and their loved ones. #GiveBloodToGiveTime

There is magic in gratitude. What are you grateful for? #MentalHealthMonday

Did you know that February is #BlackHistoryMonth? Are you aware of the #breastcancer disparities that exist among African American women? Join us and take action for change!

Tonight's #HonorsGalaNashville @OmniNashville will benefit lifesaving #cancer research programs at southern region hospitals like @VUMC_Cancer @WinshipAtEmory @MDAndersonNews. Can't join us in person? Please donate here: https://t.co/9ynWJTQDds #MondayMotivation #Nashville

Appreciation post for our incredible presenting sponsor, @WestHerr. Not only do they make so much possible, but their employees turn up every year to help us end cancer. We are grateful for all they do! #rfr20

Dr. Smiraglia's team has identified a novel combination therapy that demonstrates a new approach to treating #prostatecancer, reporting their findings in @NatureComms. #pcsm https://t.co/6WwJ9vf7gV

Comprendre les relations entre cellules cancéreuses et environnement tumoral est un défi majeur pour comprendre la maladie et identifier de nouvelles pistes. Dans cette exploration, les cellules "CAF" s'avèrent incontournables. Illustration en projets ! https://t.co/huJr2qHDyl

Thank you for sharing the #MartellInMiami Charity Dinner Event @SoFlaNights Photos by @coolmanolo @tjmartell https://t.co/HhojQvvDAO #Miami

Attended a great event today honoring stem cell and bone marrow donors hosted by @BeTheMatch and @IcladaSilvaFdn . Awesome to hear stories of hope and encouragement from donors, survivors and families!#BeTheMatch #stemcelltransplant #cancersurvivor

My little brother's "before and after" his bone marrow transplant. I was lucky enough to @BeTheMatch for him, & he's alive today because of it. Please register to become a bone marrow donor—it's so easy to save a life. #BeTheMatch https://t.co/lIxINIhWtH

"I knew from a young age that I wanted to make new drugs to treat disease."

Join us as we give you an inside look at Dr. Michael Kharas' lab.

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PFAC Artist Shay Gabso plays ATID benefit Dec. 2

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