Giving to Masonic Cancer Center
For decades University of Minnesota physicians and researchers have been trailblazers in diagnosing, preventing, and treating cancer, and charitable gifts have bolstered their efforts.
Philanthropic support makes discovery possible
- University of Minnesota physician-researchers pioneered several lifesaving cancer treatments, including bone marrow transplantation in 1968.
- The Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota is among an elite group of 47 comprehensive cancer centers nationwide conducting leading-edge research and offering innovative treatments for individual patients and applying findings to larger populations.
- Many of the Masonic Cancer Center’s more than 500 members contributed to breakthroughs in breast, bone, childhood, and lung cancers, as well as blood and marrow transplantation, tobacco cessation, cancer prevention and screening, cancer survivorship, and the use of ultra-high-field imaging in breast and prostate cancer.
We need your support to continue this work.