Thank you riders and volunteers for your support and
participation in the 2014 Colon Cancer Challenge!
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The 2014 Colon Cancer Challenge is a one-day event to raise awareness for colon cancer detection, prevention and treatment. All proceeds will go to the Lexington Medical Center Colon Cancer Fund. Click Here or on the Tribute Banner below to donate directly to this fund.
2014 Colon Cancer Challenge Schedule of Events
7:00 a.m. Registration Opens
7:45 a.m. Opening Ceremony
8:00 a.m. 65/50 Mile Ride Start
8:30 a.m. 25 Mile Ride Start
9:30 a.m. 15 Mile Ride Start
10:00 a.m. 5 Mile Ride Start
11:00 a.m. Lunch for Bike Riders
Dr. Edwin R. Hudson, M.D.
Dr. Hudson was born in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. He attended the University of Tennessee
in Knoxville where he earned undergraduate degrees in electrical engineering, mathematics, and chemistry as well as a graduate degree in electrical engineering.
He received his medical degree and completed an internal medicine internship at East Tennessee State University. He completed his radiology residency at the University of Vermont in Burlington
and followed with fellowships in interventional and vascular radiology and neuroradiology at
Duke University Medical Center as well as a neurointerventional radiology fellowship at
George Washington University in Washington, DC.
Dr. Hudson lived in Columbia for 15 years and joined the Lexington Medical Center Staff
at Lexington Radiology Associates in 2006. Dr. Hudson gave tirelessly of his time and
talent to the community in which he lived. He was an avid cyclist who passed away in
June of 2013 while riding with friends of our community.
We dedicate the 2014 Colon Cancer Challenge to Dr. Hudson who is sorely missed at LMC.
When & Where
Lexington Medical Center
Lexington Medical Center’s mission is to provide quality health services that meet the needs of our community.
The LMC Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Since we opened our doors in 1990, our goal has been to stimulate and receive charitable gifts, which help assure that high value, quality health services and patient-centered care are available for the people of the Midlands.