Key Clubbers presented their annual fellowship cheque at the B.C. Hospital's Miracle Telethon on Sunday.

Key Clubbers presented their annual fellowship cheque at the B.C. Hospital's Miracle Telethon on Sunday.

Key Clubbers raise money for oncologist

Present cheque at B.C. Children's Hospital telethon.

Key Clubbers presented a fellowship cheque for $75,000 at the B.C. Children’s Hospital Miracle Weekend telethon on Sunday.

The Kiwanis Children’s Cancer Program raises money each year to support a fellowship at B.C. Children’s Hospital.

The fellow, who is already a licensed doctor, then studies for two years to become a trained oncologist and work in the juvenile cancer ward and treat patients, while learning much with other specialists in research. “The Kiwanis Children’s Cancer Program has been the proud sponsor of this fellowship since its inception,” said director Holly Murton.

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