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You can make an unrestricted gift to be used in the areas of greatest need at Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Each year, HCI's scientific and clinical experts, including an External Scientific Advisory Board of the nation's best cancer experts, evaluate where philanthropic funds can best be invested to have the greatest impact on advancing cancer programs. All projects are peer-reviewed. In this manner, you can be assured that your donation is being used in the most responsible, accountable way possible.
The Disease-Oriented Research Team (DOT) approach to research and patient care is an innovative, highly collaborative, and integrated model for cancer research and care championed by Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). HCI is a leader in this team approach, and is being emulated by other cancer centers throughout the United States and world.
The DOT protocol brings together all of the researchers, physicians, and care providers involved in specific areas of cancer into a functioning, working team. Some of these DOTs include:
To learn more about or to donate to a specific cancer type, follow the links above.
Children’s and Families’ Research Expansion
The Primary Children’s & Families’ Cancer Research Center at Huntsman Cancer Institute opens its doors on a 220,000 sq. ft. expansion in late 2016, the combined research space with that of its flagship, Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) will be almost one mile of linear research bench space.
This new addition will be named in honor of one of the principal donors of the expansion, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and reflects the LDS church’s historical emphasis on children and families.