Ben Newman of Wesson wears an array of small electrical cells on his head for 18 hours of every day. They deliver a steady stream of low intensity electric fields that seem to slow or stop glioblastoma cancer cells from multiplying and may cause them to die.
Jul 27, 2016
Busloads of football players, cheerleaders and mascots traveled from Starkville and Hattiesburg to the state’s only children’s hospital, Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children, to cheer on patients and their families. The Mississippi State University Bulldogs and the The University of Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles wrapped the afternoon in maroon and white and black and gold and filled the hospital activity rooms with laughter as the athletes played cards and video games and sang karaoke with the kids.
Jul 28, 2016
What an amazing afternoon of special visitors for our patients today at Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children!
Mississippi State Football and Southern Miss Football stopped by to spend some time with patients and their families.
#HailState and #SMTTT could be heard all over the hospital.
We appreciate y'all taking some time to brighten up some awesome kids' day.
Mississippi State University The University of Southern Mississippi
Jul 22, 2016