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05/19/2017 - The Inter-Mountain By Beth Henry-Vance
ELKINS, W.Va. - There’s still time for teams and individuals to join fundraising efforts in the annual Relay For Life event, which is coming up next month in Elkins.

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05/19/2017 - The Intelligencer By: Linda Comins
WHEELING, W.Va. - The Ohio Valley Health Services & Education Foundation has changed its name and its focus in preparation for OVHS&E’s sale to Alecto Healthcare Services.

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05/19/2017 - The Dominion Post
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Primanti Bros. is partnering with WVU Men’s Basketball Coach Bob Huggins for a fundraising event for the Norma Mae Huggins Cancer Research Endowment Fund that Huggins created at the WVU Cancer Institute.

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05/19/2017 - The Charleston Gazette-Mail By: Caity Coyne
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - In 2006, Lula Moffatt was told she only had four months to live due to uterine cancer. On Thursday­ — 11 years, two surgeries and several treatments later — the 74-year-old Kenna woman sat with a lively smile on her face in the lobby of Thomas Memorial Surgery’s waiting room, as she watched her granddaughter get eight inches chopped off her hair for donation.

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05/18/2017 - The Williamson Daily News By: Courtney Harrison
WILLIAMSON, W.Va. - Following months of proposals and tabled discussions, the Mingo County Commission voted 2 to 1 in favor of joining a lawsuit against drug distribution companies at a regular meeting held Tuesday evening. In a separate 2 to 1 vote, the commission voted to retain the H. Chafin Law Firm to represent the county commission in the litigation.

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05/18/2017 - Modern Healthcare By: Mara Lee
WASHINGTON, DC. - Up to 6.3 million people could end up paying substantially higher premiums if a bill similar to the House's Obamacare replacement becomes law, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.

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05/18/2017 - CNN News By: Susan Scutti
WASHINGTON, DC. - Harm reduction is a strategy for treating addiction that begins with acceptance. A friendlier, less disciplined sister of abstinence, this philosophy aims to reduce the overall level of drug use among people who are unable or simply unwilling to stop. What should naturally follow is a decrease in the many negative consequences of drug use.

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