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National Interns Volunteer at “Relay for Life”

by Jun 15, 2011

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Dr. Patricia Coe, Dr. Brian Anderson, and 25 massage therapy and chiropractic students and interns from National University of Health Sciences volunteered at the Relay for Life events to raise awareness and funds for the American Cancer Association.

The volunteers worked from noon until 3:00 AM at Hinsdale South High School to help make the event a success. Dr. Anderson, Dr. Coe, and the NUHS interns offered chiropractic care and massage to participants.

So far, the Relay for Life organization of Downers Grove, Woodridge, Darien has raised $100,000.

dc interns volunteer relay for life
NUHS Chiropractic Interns 
(L-R, Top to Bottom) Dr. Brian Anderson, Alan Broering, Raqaq Alebiosu, Luke Smith,
Megan Hahler, Sara Graef, Devon Acou, Kate Lyzenga, Jordan Phillips, Casey Miller


national interns volunteer relay for life
NUHS Massage Therapy Interns
(L-R, Top to Bottom): Robert Steele, Rachel Klein, Katie Arguijo,

Amanda Graham, Dr. Patricia Coe, Dina Flores, Becky Tooley, Peg Ortega

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