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The annual Kamehameha Maui Blood Drive on Friday, Feb. 21, saw 120 people report to give their blood to the Hawai'i Blood Bank. Organized by seniors Jayci Bulosan and Danielle Bridge, this senior project gives both students and members of the public an opportunity to contribute.

Blood drive to save lives

February 25, 2020

Breast Cancer risk is above average for Native Hawaiians

By Jonah Salomon, staff writer

October 21, 2019

Breast cancer is a long and hard battle that millions around the world have to face, but Native Hawaiian women have a higher likelihood of getting breast cancer than other ethnic races that live in the Hawaiian Islands. The N...

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