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60 Laps Raises Funds for Patient and Family Services

Viki Anders, nurse practitioner for hematology and the Graft Versus Host Disease Clinic Coordinator, achieves a remarkable feat to commemorate her 60th birthday. She swam the butterfly, one of the toughest strokes, for 1,500 meters (approximately one mile) at the McDonogh School pool, to raise money for the Kimmel Cancer Center’s Patient and Family Fund.  The Fund assists Kimmel Cancer Center patients and their families receiving treatment pay for expenses not covered by insurance. An avid swimmer, Viki has participated in swimming events during the past several years that raised an estimated $600,000 for the Cancer Center.

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