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7 Quick Questions: Meet #UVA oncologist Cherif Abdelmalek https://t.co/mc5fsJx9mF

Today is the last day for online registration if you want to participate in the 2017 Women's Four Miler! We will be doing on site registration at Packet Pick-Up on Friday from 4-7pm at JPJ. Thank you to those of you who have already signed up and have been fundraising for the UVA Breast Care Center!

Thanks so much to Panera Bread for sponsoring us with their Pink Ribbon Bagel! Don't forget to think of us when you have one for breakfast next month.

7 Quick Questions: Meet #UVA Oncologist Cherif Abdelmalek https://t.co/mc5fsJx9mF

We have an amazing patient story to share about colorectal cancer and the importance of screening. Here's a behind-the-scenes look at an interview with Dr. Reid Adams, who was part of this patient's care team. Keep an eye out for this inspiring video! #uvacancercenter

#ThatFeelingWhen you cross the finish line next week. We still have a few spots left. Register today, before it's too late at womens4miler.com!

Community Counts: Women's Four Miler

For this week's UVA Community Credit Union Community Counts segment, Cynthia Lorenzoni sits down with Talya Cunningham to talk about the Women's Four Miler. Click the photo to learn more.

My #Charlottesville is where thousands gather together to fight against breast cancer. #ThisIsMyCharlottesville

Meet our #WCW, C. J. Walker! A two-time cancer survivor, C. J. knows firsthand how quickly cancer can change your whole life. But she didn’t give up. She told her doctor that if she had to complete five months of chemo, her goal would be to train and run the Women’s 4 Miler faster than she had in the previous year. She knew she could make it, and she did. Even in the face of adversity, she remained strong and always remembers how blessed she is to have a supportive family. Her eight-year old daughter once told her, ‘Mommy, it hurts to see you having to do chemo and having two parents without hair because Daddy cut all his hair off. But you are still beautiful and Daddy and I will always take care of you.’ We’re blessed to have women like you supporting us, C. J. Email info@womens4miler.com if you'd like to share your stories, and read C. J.'s full story at womens4miler.com!

Is it #TutuTuesday?? Way to have fun, ladies! If you want in on the fun, there is still time to register on womens4miler.com! #W4M #Pink35