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Summer 2013 Issue

Momentum: Moving toward a future without cancer.

  • The Data Revolution

    In 1993, the computer age was booming like never before.

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    The Data Revolution
  • 20 Years

    The major players recount VICC’s history in their own words

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    20 Years
  • VICC by the Numbers

    See how patient visits, faculty members, funding and support have grown in 20 years.

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    VICC by the Numbers
  • Seven Survivors

    Over its two decades, thousands of patients have come to VICC for cancer care. Meet seven of them.

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    Seven Survivors


A Closer Look

Administrator Susan Mills manages the mountains of paperwork generated by VICC’s programs and grants.

Spotlight On: Bladder Cancer

Kim Brewer is off and running after two treatments for bladder cancer, which often recurs, making it the most expensive cancer to treat.

Stories of Survival

As a sports-crazy 14-year-old, Matt Bulow had his leg amputated below the knee. After Paralympics bronze medals and a world record in long jump, he is now helping others reach their mobility goals as a prosthetist.