75 Years in 75 seconds
For the past 75 years, MD Anderson has provided exceptional care for thousands of patients and has reached many milestones.
MD Anderson's 75th anniversary gala on Nov. 10 raised $14 million and drew 2,000 guests for a star-studded dinner and remarks by UT System Chancellor Bill McRaven; James A. Baker, III; the late Craig Sager; the Cogdill family; and Vice President Joe Biden, leader of the White House Cancer Moonshot.
Ronald DePinho, M.D.; Jill Biden, Ph.D.; Vice President Joe Biden; and W.K. Alfred Yung, M.D.
Muzaffar Qazilbash, M.D., the late Craig Sager and Naveen Pemmaraju, M.d.
President George H.W. Bush and Vice President Joe Biden
The Cogdill family
Tablescapes at the 75th anniversary gala
Faith and Lee Majors (from left) and Joan Schnitzer Levy
Jeneè Bobbora and Amy Pierce
Bill and Christine Gutknecht (from left) and Jo Lynn and Gregg Falgout
Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison (from left), Ashley Rankin and Mary Lester
Todd Forester and Kelli Kickerillo
Rich and Nancy Kinder (from left) and Secretary James A. Baker III
Known for its trademark glimmering pink marble buildings, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is often described as the "crown jewel" of the Texas Medical Center. The Texas Legislature created MD Anderson in 1941 as part of The University of Texas System.