UW-Stevens Point student offered support after cancer diagnosis
Stevens Point Journal

By Nathan Vine

Ben Kollock admits he normally would have balked at the idea of spending the extra $26 to send his blood work out for additional testing.

The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point student had gone to student health services in early February after discovering the lymph node on the right side of his face felt enlarged. Blood work indicated his white blood cell count was a bit low, but he was told by the physician at UWSP that 90 percent of the time it’s because of a virus. He was, however, offered the opportunity to send the blood work for more testing to Marshfield Clinic for an additional fee.


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