“My hope is that one day, we can say, ‘Here’s a pill for cancer.’ This may not happen in my lifetime, but I know that every dollar gets us closer to the cure.”
“I had to do something. I thought with my help, maybe Sylvester can find a cure. I needed to know I could make a difference.”
“We’ve come such a long way in curing cancers, and Sylvester has done such a wonderful job with the research and their talent. We’re happy to support their efforts.”
Sylvester patients are now being treated with proton therapy, an advanced type of radiation that is extremely precise. The Dwoskin Proton Therapy Center is named after Steven Dwoskin for his generous gift to support cancer research at Sylvester and the new cutting-edge facility. Read More.
Dr. Stephen D. Nimer, director of the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, which recently received a prestigious designation from the National Cancer Institute, has been named the inaugural holder of the Oscar de la Renta Endowed Chair in Cancer Research. Read More.
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