The Katzen Cancer Research Center Board of Directors has funded the 2013-2014 Innovative Pilot Cancer Research Grants Program. Read about the six new research grants and their potential impact on cancer.
The Dr. Cyrus and Myrtle Katzen Cancer Research Center currently sponsors clinical trials designed to advance scientific knowledge for a variety of different cancers, including cancers of the breast, kidney, lung and prostate as well as for lymphoma, multiple myeloma, myelofibrosis and myelodysplastic syndromes. We encourage all patients to consider participating in a clinical trial.
The Katzen Cancer Research Center brings the most up-to-date technology and treatment options to patients being served by the GW Medical Center. It also offers patients more convenience in scheduling and receiving their cancer treatment. The Center features an “inspired by nature” organic design to create a calming, healing environment for patients receiving treatment.
A highly experienced team of physicians, nurses, social workers and technologists collaborate to ensure your best possible care at the Katzen Cancer Research Center. We are dedicated to the treatment of patients with cancer, blood disorders and bone marrow disease.
Opening on February 9, 2009. GW President Steven Knapp proudly stated, “The Katzen Cancer Research Center represents our University’s commitment to be a leader in the fight against cancer. Because of the generosity of the Katzen family we will be able to expand our cutting-edge cancer research and improve cancer treatments for our patients.”