The last Pink Vail earns nearly $734k
Pink Vail raised $733,998, surpassing the 2021 goal of $500,000. During the final event, dubbed “The Last Run,” there were 1,010 participants, including 148 cancer survivors. Pink Vail is a benefit for the Spirit of Survivorship Program at Vail Health Shaw Cancer Center. The Spirit of Survivorship Program employs oncology-certified registered dieticians, exercise physiologists with specialized training in oncology and a clinical trials supervisor who also has a masters of public health degree in epidemiology. These qualifications set Vail Health Shaw Cancer Center apart from other programs and let Shaw offer the best care to patients and survivors.
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