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    A Visit To IU Health Proton Therapy Center With Tatum's Bags of Fun

    Go Hoosiers! Stanford Robinson gets a hi-five from a patient.
    Go Hoosiers!
    Stanford Robinson gets a hi-five from a patient.
    Go Hoosiers!

    Jan. 28, 2014

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Members of the Indiana basketball team - Kevin Yogi Ferrell, Evan Gordon, Hanner Mosquera-Perea, Peter Jurkin, Jeff Howard, Stanford Robinson and Troy Williams - along with Tatum's Bags of Fun charity, visited the IU Health Proton Therapy Center on Jan. 28 to meet some of the patients and get a tour of the facility.

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    Tatum's Bags of Fun distributes backpacks filled with activities, games & toys to every child diagnosed with cancer in Indiana. To find out more information on the charity, visit their website at or follow along on Twitter (@Tatumsbagsoffun).

    Indiana head coach Tom Crean has teamed up with Tatum's Bag's of Fun for this years ESPN Coaches Charity Challenge, where fans can vote for their favorite coach during the season. The coach with the most votes at the end of the season will earn $100,000 for the charity that they have teamed up with. To vote, visit Coaches Charity Challenge website.

    The center, located in Bloomington, is one of 13 proton therapy facilities in the United States to provide highly precise cancer treatment. To learn more about the center, visit their website.




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