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Thanks For Supporting Pink Vail

On March 3 our community rallied around Pink Vail. There wereover 700 registered participants skiing and snowboarding on apinkified Vail Mountain many donning their best pinkcostumes. But the day was much more than just an ordinary... Read More

Celebration In Pink

On March 3 2011 Lisa Middlebrook got the devastating news thatshe had breast cancer. After a trying year of treatment andrecovery and exactly one year after her diagnosis Middlebrookskied at Pink Vail to help support the Shaw Cancer... Read More

Behind the Scenes at Shaw Regional Cancer Center

The Shaw Regional Cancer Center is one of the most visiblelandmarks in Edwards. But aside from patients not many people getto see how the place operates. In an effort to give the general public a better look at how thelocal cancer... Read More

Addition Of Medical Helicopter In Vail A Huge Help

The following news clip and article were published on on January 16 2012.   The death of a skier at Silverton Mountain Ski Resort onSaturday is a reminder that skiing can be dangerous and January isSki Safety Month... Read More

Request Medical Records

I'm writing this letter to convey my heartfelt and most sincerethanks to all of the people that are responsible for my currentgood health and successful battle against cancer. I feel confidentthat due to all of the help you gave me that... Read More

Get To Know Your Doc: Dr. Michael Glode

Dr. Michael Glode has been practicing medicine for nearly fourdecades now. Six years ago he began working at the Shaw RegionalCancer Center in Edwards once a week and to cover for Dr.Alexander Urquhart when he is away. "I can't tell... Read More

Vail Health: Screening For Small Cancers

When found early breast cancer isn't a death sentence. The Shaw Regional Cancer Center recently acquired new technology called a SonoCine machine that it hopes will help find breast cancer earlier when the cancer is smaller and more... Read More

Eagle County Get Pretty For a Cure

One in eight women in the United States will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime according to It's no wonder that local salons spas and other businesses have lined up to be a part of "Get... Read More