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WVU Medicine CCMC Cancer Patients Receive Gifts of Love, Hope and Warmth

Lou Thomas Subaru and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Share Blankets and Messages of Hope

For the third consecutive year, Lou Thomas Subaru (and Subaru of America) and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) will spread love, hope and warmth to cancer patients and their families in Parkersburg at WVU Medicine Camden Clark and in communities across the country

During Subaru’s Loves to Care month in June, messages of hope for cancer patients are written by visitors to the following Subaru retailers. Those who write a message of hope at a Subaru retailer will also receive a reusable tote bag to help spread awareness of LLS and the automaker’s goal to provide hope and care, one gesture at a time:

Those messages, along with personal warming blankets, were delivered Thursday, June 28th to WVU Medicine Camden Clark Cancer Institute to help keep patients warm as they continue their fight against cancer, and to help spread awareness of LLS and Subaru of America’s goal to provide hope and care, one gesture at a time.

LLS has helped millions impacted by cancer throughout their almost 70-year history, funding breakthrough research to advance lifesaving treatments and cures, and providing support and advocacy for patients. But the fight against blood cancers cannot be won without supporters such as Subaru and their customers. Every voice, every action, every contribution is needed and valued. We are committed to working tirelessly until we find a cure.

Pictured below L-R are Andy Thomas, Louis Thomas Subaru; Jo Hendershot, RN, Nurse Manager Medical Oncology; Lou Thomas, Louis Thomas Subaru;  Sharon Rotten, Breast Cancer Patient Navigator; Marilyn McClure, Coordinator of Oncology Support Services, WVU Medicine Camden Clark Medical Center; Doug Frary, Chief Operating Office WVU Medicine CCMC, and Reinnie Leavitt, Director Cancer Services.