• The Judy DiMarzo Clinical Cancer Survivorship Program was launched. The program—the first of its kind in the region—gives cancer survivors the network and resources they need to live healthier lives after cancer treatment.
• The Institute was one of only 79 cancer centers in the country to receive the 2012 Outstanding Achievement Award by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer—a consortium of professional organizations dedicated to improving outcomes and quality of life for cancer patients.
• Researchers developed a new imaging system that has proven to be highly effective in identifying prostate cancer. The system, combining ultrasound and laser technologies, could potentially be used to also detect and monitor breast, kidney, liver, skin, and thyroid cancers
Bullet points highlight impact made in 2013