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Celebrating 75 years of Making Cancer History®
The MD Anderson Cancer Center Board of Visitors, an appointed board of volunteers charged with advancing MD Anderson's mission to end cancer, welcomed nine new members at its Nov. 11 annual meeting. The new group reflects the board's national and international presence.
He’ll save you money and then some
Floridians Elaine and Bobby Baer show their gratitude
MD Anderson Cancer Center’s Colorectal Cancer Moon Shot aims to reduce colon cancer deaths by 30% over the next 10 years
MD Anderson Cancer Center’s Moon Shots Program™ is a results-oriented, patient-driven, comprehensive effort to reduce cancer deaths and transform cancer care.
Amy Scarbrough, of Fayetteville, Arkansas, is a loving mother and a three-year survivor of colorectal cancer (CRC).
Jim Mulva began his two-year term as chair of the MD Anderson Cancer Center Board of Visitors on Sept. 1. Mulva was CEO of ConocoPhillips from 2002 until he retired in 2012. He began his energy career at Phillips Petroleum in 1973. Mulva and his wife of 47 years, Miriam, are members of the Anderson Assembly, an organization honoring donors who have made lifetime commitments of $1 million or more to MD Anderson. The Miriam and Jim Mulva Conference Center at MD Anderson is named in recognition of their $5 million gift to support melanoma research.
Survivor Mark Rolfing applies golf wisdom to cancer
Wayne Gibbens has been a member of the MD Anderson Cancer Center Board of Visitors (BOV) since 1981. He and his wife, Beth, live in Middleburg, Virginia.
Emily Caplan raises $10,000 through cookbook sales
Educator, clinician and researcher helps advance tobacco cessation
Living Legend luncheon in Dallas honors 'father of aerobics'
The carefree days of summer are anything but for Lily Deagan, 11, and Lucy Keith, 10, of Victoria, Texas. The two friends who share a love of sports and a passion for helping others decided to open a lemonade stand this past summer. The goal? Raise money for cancer research. In a few hours, the girls raised $220 for breast cancer research at MD Anderson, a place they say is near and dear to their hearts.
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Promise Fall 2021
Walmart's support of Boot Walk benefits medical students
Patient Mosaic: New pathway to precision medicine
Bridge funding supports researchers amid COVID-19
Companies support Blood Bank during COVID-19
12-year-old osteosarcoma patient supports cancer research, spreads hope
Saluting the heroes of COVID-19
Rogers Award honors MD Anderson nursing assistant
Fun for all at Camp H-Town
MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital holds Prom Party Palooza
Sarah Jessica Parker shoe sale benefits prostate cancer research
MD Anderson, Houston Dynamo team up to end cancer
Newsmakers: Jim Allison wins Nobel Prize
MD Anderson's happy campers
On course with the PGA TOUR
MD Anderson's Moon Shots Program turns 5
MD Anderson Cancer Center names 2017 Sabin Family Fellows
Cancer prevention efforts in full swing
e-Philanthropy program raises support for patients with just a few clicks
A win-win-win situation
Global ambassadors with a collective goal
25 Years of Cheer
PUTTing an end to cancer
A good day in cancer land
Stripes aligns with MD Anderson
Fueled by philanthropy
The power of giving
Washington, D.C. event honors James A. Baker, III
Pedaling for a cure
Lyda Hill commits $50 million to Moon Shots Program
A bright future for philanthropy
The time is now
A leap into the future with telemedicine
An infinite desire to help
Taking a bite out of cancer: Crave Cupcakes partners with Arts in Medicine program
A Global Force Against Cancer: MD Anderson Once Again Ranked No. 1
Among Friends: Lanie Rose
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Practicing the Art of the Possible
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The BATTLE Toward Personalized Lung Cancer Therapy