August 22, 2008

Rays giving men free prostate test, tickets
Sarasota Herald Tribune – August 22
Partnering with H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, “ZERO – The Project to end Prostate Cancer,” Ed Randall’s Bat for the Cure, the Rays will offer free prostate cancer screenings for men…

TBBJ’s Health Care Heroes finalists named
Tampa Bay Business Journal – August 22
Lois Rendina, supervisor and coordinator melanoma at Moffitt Cancer Center/Mole Patrol …

What If We Had Landed Olympics?
The Tampa Tribune – Aug. 19
This month's show was recorded at the Moffitt Cancer Center, showcasing the first-class medical facility on the campus of USF and the incredible work they are doing in fighting this insidious disease as well as treating its many victims in the Bay area.

Bay area closures
ABC Action News – Aug. 19
In order to allow the Moffitt community time to prepare for the imminent approach of Tropical Storm Fay all Moffitt offices will be closed on Tuesday, August 19.

County by county, the Bay Area prepares
FOX-13 – Aug. 19
The H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute will be closed Tuesday.

The doctor is in
FSView – Aug. 18
He now works at the Moffitt Cancer Center, trying to develop a tumor vaccine for a number of different types of cancers.

NTSB Probes Easton, MA Crash
Air Safety Week – Aug. 18
The patient was being flown back home to Stuart, FL following what was scheduled to be her last treatment at the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute in Tampa.
Letters To The Editor
The Tampa Tribune – Aug. 18
Two years after my surgery by Dr. Richard Karl and the fine staff of Moffitt Cancer Center and Tampa General Hospital, I am still alive and feel fine.

Tampa Bay area personnel appointments, promotions and announcements
St. Petersburg Times – Aug. 17
Prior to joining Moffitt, List was head of the leukemia and BMT programs and was the associate center director for clinical research at the Arizona Cancer Center.


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