Misericordia University Medical Imaging Club holds breast cancer awareness event

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The Misericordia University Medical Imaging Club recently organized a service-learning activity that raised awareness for breast cancer and benefited Candy’s Place in Forty Fort. Candy’s Place is a cancer wellness and resource center that provides support to cancer patients and their loves ones. The club sold ribbons for $2 each on campus and connected 100 of them together to hang in the lobby of the Banks Student Life Center. From left, are Naejana Carredo, of Dallas, communications coordinator, Medical Imaging Club; Lynn Blazaskie, clinical coordinator and instructor, medical imaging; Nicole Hapshe, director, Candy’s Place; and Jaclyn Hajec, of Utica, N.Y., president, Medical Imaging Club.

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