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The Director’s Circle is a special group of ambitious donors who give $1,000 or more annually to the University of Arizona Cancer Center to support its mission to prevent and cure cancer. Director’s Circle level donors recognize the importance of having a leading cancer research institution in their community and support the essential work done every day in cancer center laboratories and patient treatment rooms.
The Director’s Circle offers an exceptional opportunity to play an integral part in the research process. The annual flexible funding you provide is directed to the Act Against Cancer Fund which supports important research and education initiatives throughout the cancer center. Your giving can grow research in tumor imaging, novel drug development and can provide funds to train the next generation of cancer researchers.
With your support, the University of Arizona Cancer Center can fund new research initiatives and help save lives. Help us achieve these essential goals by giving at the Director’s Circle level.
Become part of the Director's Circle today by giving online.
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On March 26, members of the Director’s Circle attended an evening of sharing and learning about the Hematology and Medical Oncology Fellowship Training Program at the University of Arizona Cancer Center.
Ravi Krishnadasan, MD, director of the Fellowship Program (pictured), spoke about the program and why he became involved. Current fellows, Ursa Brown-Glaberman, MD; Amit Agarwal, MD, PhD; Hani Babiker, MD, and Utkarsh Acharya, DO, were also on hand to talk about what led them to oncology and their experiences in the program.