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Driven to support cancer research

Sales of Driven to Cure license plates are funding breast cancer research at Midwest Cancer Alliance member institutions across Kansas   read more >>                       

New hope for sickle cell disease

A University of Kansas School of Medicine scientist has discovered chemical compounds that may lead to a new treatment for sickle cell disease and other genetic blood disorders  read more >>

Experiencing health care in a different culture

Students from the KU Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions spent time at the Christian Medical College in Vellore, India, as part of the Robinson Scholars Program    read more >>

Patient Care
patient care
Community Engagement
Community Engagement
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Improve the power of medicine by volunteering to participate in a clinical trial today.

Center for Interprofessional Education

Future doctors, nurses and health professionals train as teams.

University of Kansas Cancer Center

National Cancer Institute (NCI) designation earned in June 2012.

Far Above
Far Above: The Campaign for Kansas

KU Endowment launches a comprehensive fundraising campaign.