Promise is published three times a year by The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and is dedicated to our friends who have joined us in Making Cancer History®.
MD Anderson's Moon Shots Program, an aggressive, milestone-driven effort initially targeting eight cancers, relies on private philanthropy as a crucial source of funding.
It's been said that the early bird catches the worm. The old English proverb, stressing the 15th-century virtues of hard work and perseverance, is still a mantra for modern times. Just ask 21st century MD Anderson researchers, clinicians, surgeons and scientists intent on more effectively preventing, detecting and treating cancer - the earlier the better.
MD Anderson and the global pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) will jointly conduct research leading to new therapeutic antibodies that help the immune system fight cancer.
Recent MD Anderson research reveals that depression and certain age-related biomarkers could affect a bladder cancer patient's disease progression and likelihood of survival.
MD Anderson scientists have discovered the signaling pathway whereby a master regulator of cancer cell proteins - known as Src - leads to ovarian cancer progression when exposed to stress hormones.
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e-Philanthropy program raises support for patients with just a few clicks
MD Anderson Cancer Center’s 75th Anniversary Celebration
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
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
Making Cancer History®:
Practicing the Art of the Possible
Polo on the Prairie Brings World-Class Polo to West Texas
The BATTLE Toward Personalized Lung Cancer Therapy