Aug 05, 2020

The Most Meaningful Job I’ve Ever Had

Mark Oberg, assistant director for the Computing and Technology Group, began his career at HCI in August 1998. Throughout the years, Mark has seen relatives, friends, neighbors, classmates, and professional peers go through cancer. These experiences inspire him and reaffirm his commitment to giving back to HCI in any way he can—whether by donating a portion of his paycheck through payroll deduction or staying late and working on the weekends.

Jun 09, 2020

Huntsman SportsFest: More Than Just a Virtutal Event

With each pedal stroke, step forward, and dollar raised, individuals and teams are helping us support cancer research at Huntsman Cancer Institute. The Huntsman SportsFest is more than an endurance event bringing runners, walkers, and cyclists together for an athletic challenge. It is a day dedicated to seeing a cancer-free world.

May 05, 2020

5 For The Fight Launches Fellowship Program at Huntsman Cancer Institute to Attract New Talent to the Fight Against Cancer

Today, 5 For The Fight, a global movement inviting everyone to give $5 for the fight against cancer, launched the 5 For The Fight Fellowship. This new program will sponsor nine early-career cancer researchers at Huntsman Cancer Institute. The program is designed to help build a pipeline of qualified researchers to accelerate the pace of innovative cancer research.

Mar 24, 2020

Helping People Brings Me Joy

There are many challenges having a blood cancer with no cure. But we just try to enjoy the time we have. After his multiple myeloma diagnosis in 2015, Kenneth Henderson has approached cancer the way he has approached his life–with his whole heart and soul. In 2018, he climbed Mount Kilimanjaro with seven others to raise awareness for blood cancers. The Huntsman Cancer Institute difference, he says, is in the way he was treated: always with kindness and a smile.

Mar 03, 2020

More Than a Day of Pink on the Slopes

Pink Park City is a day dedicated to conquering more than just the slopes. It’s about supporting cutting-edge cancer research. There’s nothing quite like the exhilaration of reaching a peak of fresh snow, skis or snowboard at the ready, your colorful costume reflecting off the snow beneath and a motivation to raise money for cancer research.

Mar 01, 2020

Hero Highlights: Teaming Up for a World without Cancer

Huntsman Heroes is a group of dedicated people who run, bike, hike, ski, and snowboard toward a common philanthropic and physical goal. Huntsman Heroes agree to raise a minimum donation amount to support cancer research at Huntsman Cancer Institute.

Mar 01, 2020

Message from Peter Huntsman: Making a Difference

This past year, HCI has experienced phenomenal growth, worldwide support, and new groundbreakings. But what can’t be purchased is the creativity and intellect of our researchers, the cutting-edge skills and collaboration of our doctors and surgeons, the compassion and care of our nurses and medical personnel, and the leadership and devotion of our administrators.

Mar 01, 2020

Taking a Stand

Philanthropy comes in many forms—even the shape of a cookie. For the last six years, Adalyn Wood has sold lemonade and cookies to raise funds for cancer research at Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). In 2019, with help from her family, she raised more than $1,200 through her Lemonade and Cookies for a Cure stand.