Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center
The Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, part of the Georgetown University Medical Center, seeks to improve the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of cancer through innovative basic and clinical research, community education and outreach and the training of cancer specialists of the future. It is one of only 41 comprehensive cancer centers in the nation and has been awarded the National Cancer Institute's highest ranking for leadership in cancer treatment, research and education.
For decades, Lombardi's clinicians have trained medical leaders in oncologic/hematologic care, made discoveries bridging science and medical care around the world and investigated and identified risk factors for various populations.
Your Support Matters
Gifts to Lombardi advance cutting-edge research and make a difference in the lives of patients.
If you are interested in contributing to fellowships, capital projects or other areas, please call Joseph Teague at 202-687-7269 or email him.
Make your gift to the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center today. Online Form
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