For decades, Columbia University Medical Center's physician-scientists at the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center (HICCC) have changed the landscape of medical care by looking at cancer one cell at a time, one tumor at a time, one patient at a time, in order to provide the best care possible. In all that we do, collaboration is essential to finding a cure.
Funds raised will benefit the center’s research programs, including nearly 650 clinical trials and studies, 140 new cancer therapies in development, and robust core facilities.
Our physician-scientists at the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center are changing the landscape of medicine by looking at cancer one cell at a time, one tumor at a time, one patient at a time. However, conquering cancer is bigger than one medical center—collaboration is crucial to finding a cure, and here at Columbia University Medical Center, we are excited for three unique partnerships with one goal: to accelerate the development of novel treatments and increase access for all.