Cooper and MD Anderson Cancer Center Officially Enter Partnership

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MD Anderson has also been working with Cooper on-site as preparations are finalized to open the new $100 million cancer center on the Cooper Health Sciences Campus on October 7. The state-of-the-art, free-standing facility will house all outpatient cancer care services with a multidisciplinary approach to oncology care. Services will include medical, radiation and surgical oncology, as well as pathology, laboratory, diagnostic imaging and other supportive clinical services.

“We’re proud to unite with Cooper University Health Care to offer the highest quality cancer care in the region,” said MD Anderson President Ronald DePinho, MD. “Our mission, simply, is to end cancer. This partnership is an extraordinary opportunity for us to advance that mission by extending our compassionate and effective clinical care and, in turn, positively impacting the lives of many.”

MD Anderson ranks first in the number of research grants awarded and total amount of grant funds given by the National Cancer Institute. In Fiscal Year 2012, more than 115,000 patients turned to the institution for cancer care. MD Anderson’s mission is to eliminate cancer in Texas, the nation and the world through outstanding programs that integrate patient care, research and prevention, and through education for undergraduate and graduate students, trainees, professionals, employees and the public.

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