Through his show on ESPN Radio in Louisville and in appearances around the country, Bob Valvano has raised thousands of dollars for cancer research.
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Tyler said now he's undergoing chemotherapy but emphasized how important early detection is.
The hospital is partnering with one of the top-five cancer centers in the country, according to U.S. News and World Report.
Valvano is expected to be away from his regular radio duties for the next couple of weeks, and perhaps longer.
This is the 13th year for the parade.
The organization, Shirley's Way, turns gambling into charity.
Throughout his battle with lymphatic cancer, Patrick Ostrander has put strangers first.
The hospital held a virtual ribbon-cutting Monday for the $1.3 million expansion.
WKU Director of Athletics Todd Stewart described Cavanaugh as, "One of the greatest players in the rich history of the WKU volleyball program."
What started as a business has turned into a charity.