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Picture of audience members at Massey's 2018 Cancer Research Retreat

Massey Research Retreat features promising cancer research at VCU

On June 8, Massey held its annual Cancer Research Retreat, bringing together researchers, physicians and students from across VCU for a day of education and collaboration. After a short breakfast, VCU Massey Cancer Center Director Gordon Ginder, M.D., welcomed the large audience in the auditorium of the Kontos Medical Sciences Building before kicking off the morning seminar series.

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Dr. Gordon presents

Virginia cancer experts assemble for annual Massey conference

Oncologists and clinical cancer researchers from across the state of gathered for VCU Massey Cancer Center’s seventh annual Cancer Symposium and Clinical Research Affiliation Network Retreat on April 20 and 21 at the Hilton Richmond Hotel & Spa in Short Pump, VA.

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Diverse group walking through a mall in a walking program

The RAMble joins the community with VCU Health clinicians on a walk for wellness

The RAMble is a partnership between Massey's Integrative Health program and VCU Women's Health that brings the community together with VCU Health Clinicians on a walk for wellness on the third Saturday of each month at Stony Point Fashion Park. 

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OurHealth Richmond December 2017

Massey physicians receive Best Bedside Manner Awards for fifth consecutive year

VCU Massey Cancer Center physicians were again recognized by Our Health Richmond magazine's annual Best Bedside Manner Awards for the compassionate care and attentiveness that they provide to their patients. In May 2017, over 35,000 local individuals voted for medical providers in more than 50 medical specialties.

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Volunteer draws from past to comfort patients

Jake began volunteering at Massey in January of 2016. His role as a volunteer was to make sure that the bone marrow/stem cell transplant patients are comfortable and offer to bring them blankets and any snacks or food, but Jake used his time in the room with patients to feel out if they’d like to have a conversation. 

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