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'Champion of women's health' Mindy Gribble honored

11:21 PM, May 2, 2013
Mindy Gribble, WINGS Survivorship Program coordinator at the Marshfield Clinic, gets Lurita Luepke of Marshfield's opinion about new cancer survivorship material in her office Wednesday.
Mindy Gribble, WINGS Survivorship Program coordinator at the Marshfield Clinic, gets Lurita Luepke of Marshfield's opinion about new cancer survivorship material in her office Wednesday.
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As a registered nurse and coordinator of the Marshfield Clinic WINGS Cancer Survivorship Program, Mindy Gribble has helped cancer patients understand their diagnoses, set goals and become wellness role models after treatment.

Her work will be recognized Saturday when she receives the Champion in Women's Health award from the Wisconsin Women's Health Foundation.

Gribble said she's honored to receive the award, but her work would not have been possible without the support of Clinic donors. ...

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