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Why Give

We realize the impact of the funds raised. Because of you, we are making breakthrough discoveries every day, saving lives and helping our patients manage their illness.

Your generosity allows us to provide highly specialized care, develop individualized patient care programs and focus on groundbreaking research that changes the lives of our cancer patients. You will be rewarded with the satisfaction of knowing you’re helping families facing the most difficult times, while at the same time joining a spirited community devoted to improving the health and well-being of the people of the Commonwealth and beyond.

We invite you to step forward to show your commitment to the ongoing and dedicated efforts of the UMass Medicine Cancer Center team.

Excellence in Action: Your Money at Work 


Hear UMass Medical School researchers describe, in their own words, why money raised through the UMass Medicine Cancer Walk is so important in advancing cancer research and treatments.

 Sponsorship Video from the 2013 Cancer Walk

 

Laura-Lambert

Laura A. Lambert, MD, assistant professor of surgery, talks about new exciting new treatments being developed at UMass Medical School for peritoneal cancers. Dr. Lambert is the director of the Peritoneal Carcinoma Center at UMass Memorial Medical Center. Watch video

 Rosmarin Alan Rosmarin, MD is the Gladys Smith Martin Chair in Oncology Research and professor of medicine at UMass Medical School and chief of the division of hematology and oncology at UMass Memorial Medical Center. In this video, he talks about research into the regulation of cell differentiation that has led to insights into how cancers like leukemias develop. Watch video 
 

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Brian Lewis
, PhD, associate professor of molecular medicine and a leader in the field of cancer genetics, talks about his research into the molecular basis of pancreatic and liver cancer, which is leading to new insights into how the genes in tumor cells differ from those in normal cells. Watch video.