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    Indiana Women's Basketball Takes Part in Hoosiers Outrun Cancer

    Go Hoosiers! Georgie Jones and Necole Sterling with some young participants at Hoosiers Outrun Cancer race on Sept. 24.
    Go Hoosiers!
    Georgie Jones and Necole Sterling with some young participants at Hoosiers Outrun Cancer race on Sept. 24.
    Go Hoosiers!

    Sept. 26, 2011

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    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Members of the Indiana women's basketball program participated and volunteered at the annual Hoosiers Outrun Cancer event on Saturday, Sept. 24. The walk/run took place in Bloomington with the race beginning at Memorial Stadium and the course stretching through the heart of IU's campus. The money raised from the event benefits the IU Health Olcott Center for Cancer Education.

    About the IU Health Olcott Center for Cancer Education
    Unique to Bloomington, the IU Health Olcott Olcott Center for Cancer Education is completely supported by its community.

    Registered nurse educators provide one-on-one education with clients and their family members. The Center offers an extensive lending library, weekly support groups, patient advocacy and some individualized financial assistance. Free educational talks and materials are always available to groups, schools, businesses and individuals.

    All IU Health Olcott Center services are free thanks to Scramble For A Cure, grants, direct gifts, and Hoosiers Outrun Cancer, Bloomington's largest fund-raising run/walk organized by the Bloomington Hospital Foundation. Although a physician may refer you to the Center, you never need a referral to take advantage of our services. Located in Bloomington, the Center serves all of south central Indiana.

    For further information on the center, CLICK HERE

     

     


       

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