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Glioblastomas and Cancer Facts:

 

Norris Cotton Cancer Center:

Norris Cotton Cancer Center

The Norris Cotton Cancer Center is one of a select number of premier cancer centers  nationwide to earn the National Cancer Institution's designation as a Comprehensive Cancer Center for excellence in research, patient care and community outreach.

In 2003, the Norris Cotton Cancer Center expanded into a new 130,000 square foot cancer care and research facility at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.  Today it is one of the country's most technologically advanced cancer research centers.

 

 

Glioblastoma Research:

Norris Cotton Cancer Center is testing a new immunological approach to treating the most common from of brain cancer, glioblastoma multiforme.  Glioblastoma multiforme is a highly malignant fast-growing cancer of the brain cells, for which there is no curative treatment available.

The test designed at Norris Cotton Cancer Center by Camilo Fadul, MD, Marc Pipas, MD, Paul Wallace, Ph.D., and their colleagues.  After six years of laboratory work, this research team is now conducting a clinical tria lthat infuses activated, armed immune cells directly into glioblastoma multiforme tumor sites to determine the safest and most effective ways to administer the treatment. 

 

[ Glioblastomas and Cancer Facts ]

[ Norris Cotton Cancer Center ]

[ Glioblastoma Research | What is Needed? ]

[ Our 2005 Goal | What We have Achieved ]

[ Donate On Line | Brain Tumor Awareness Pins ]

 

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 What is needed?

Laboratory Technician
$35,000 per year
Post Doctorate Fellowship
$15,000 per year
Human Studies
$100,000 to $500,000
per year
Storage of Optical Disk for Image Analysis
$1,000 per year
Cell and Tissue Cultures
$500 per month
Micro Incubator
$8,000
Use of Confocal Microscope
$1,000 per week
Animal Studies
$10,000

 

What we have achieved:

We would like to acknowledge and thank the families and friends who lost loved ones during the past six years and have arranged memorial funds or have remembered the Andy Fund in their wills: Especially, Jean Munson Blodgett, Jayne C. Casey, Loretta Collette, Pauline Crowley, Lyn Lee Emery, M.R. Fagen, Margaret Kerwin, Scott Margolin, Mary G. Miller, Andrea Clark Nelson, Jeffrey J. Parks, John W. Phelps, Leslie Schwartz, Clarisse Rockwell Spawn, Theresa Ellen Taylor, Evelyn Williams, Marianne Beaudry, and Michael Beaudry.

 

Our 2005 Goal:

 

Making Donations or In Memoriam Contributions:

You may make donations or In Memoriams out to:

The Andy Fund

Roberta Merrens, Associate Director of Major Gifts

Office of Development

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

One Medical Center Drive

Lebanon, NH 03756

(603) 653-0723

 

To Donate On Line:

 

Please continue to contribute to this important fund and help us to reach our goals. What was originally conceived as a living memorial to commemorate one person's battle with this debilitating disease, has now grown into a commitment, by many, to provide much needed funds for glioblastoma research. With our continued support, others far and wide, will benefit from the research that is being conducted by Dr. Camilo Fadul, and the Neuro-Oncology Program at the Cancer Center.

 

 

[ Glioblastomas and Cancer Facts ]

[ Norris Cotton Cancer Center ]

[ Glioblastoma Research | What is Needed? ]

[ Our 2005 Goal | What We have Achieved ]

[ Donate On Line | Brain Tumor Awareness Pins ]

 

 

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