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MeEting the

cancer challenge

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The Arnie Charbonneau Cancer Institute at the University of Calgary is ‘meeting the cancer challenge’ through research and innovation. Members of the Institute are engaged in discovery and applied cancer research with special emphasis on: the biological basis of cancer and its treatment, new ways to detect and prevent cancer, clinical trials for cancer patients, novel models of cancer care delivery, and the psychosocial impact of cancer. Our membership includes scientists at the Cumming School of Medicine, Tom Baker Cancer Centre, and university teaching hospitals in Calgary. The Institute is also ‘meeting the cancer challenge’ through its exceptional training programs. Learn more about how we are moving forward.

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