Latest Cancer Center Impact Report Reflects Accomplishments and Future Directions
By UCSF | January 8, 2018
The UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center is more than a place where scientists and clinicians strive to develop leading-edge therapeutics. In 2017, researchers and clinicians, patients and families, community groups, and government and industry partners continued to work hand in hand to transform cancer into a manageable disease and cure it when possible.
Throughout the year, the HDFCCC cultivated transformative research programs with the annual Impact Grants, the expansion of immunotherapy research into patient care, efforts in global cancer health and women's cancers, the launch of the San Francisco Cancer Initiative, and the construction of the Precision Cancer Medicine Building. For more detail on the accomplishments of the year and the aspirations for what lies ahead following the link below.