Mia Hamm and the Mia Hamm Foundation are partnering with UNC Lineberger today, Tuesday, Nov. 29, to provide support for bone marrow transplant patients -- and their families -- and to help them address some of the challenges they may face while undergoing treatment.
Hospital staff and volunteers hosted a Thanksgiving lunch on Friday, Nov. 18, for 150 patients and their caregivers. The annual lunch, provided by UNC Hospital Catering, featured a traditional holiday meal -- replete with turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing and cranberry sauce -- live music, and a caricature artist.
UNC Lineberger researchers led by Adam Goldstein, MD, MPH, concluded in a study published in Tobacco Control that banning non-menthol flavors like fruit and candy could reduce use of most tobacco products across the globe, especially among adolescents.
Volunteers collected more than 3,300 items through word of mouth, churches, social media and other organizations in eastern North Carolina for Hats for Hope, the Annual Charli’ Ramsey Hat Drive, and delivered them to adult and pediatric patients at UNC Hospitals.