Participants in the Prouty fundraiser for Dartmouth Cancer Center

Where do Prouty donations go? 2023 Part 1

New cancer research "Pilot Projects" are off the ground thanks to Prouty fundraising.

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Woman getting a mammogram

Lowering your cancer risk

February is Cancer Prevention Month. Here are some helpful prevention tips from our experts to help reduce your risk of cancer.

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Women and child riding bikes.

Registration now open for the 43rd Annual Prouty

Cycle, walk, row, golf – and for the first time this year, mountain bike -- in Northern New England’s largest community event, benefiting Dartmouth Cancer Center, on July 13, 2024.

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Lynn Butterly, MD

How colorectal cancer can be preventable

Colorectal cancer is a preventable disease, but is still the second most common cause of cancer deaths in the United States.

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immune cells shape our body's true age

How immune cells shape our body's true age

New research reveals the secret to slowing down the aging process is intricately tied to a balance in your immune system.

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Manchester Fire Department photo

Dartmouth Health announces successful cancer screening program

A cancer screening pilot program in partnership with Dartmouth Health, Manchester Fire Department and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield proved lifesaving as screening results were shared at a news event held at Manchester Central Fire Department.

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Grocery bags

The season of giving: Dartmouth Cancer Center Food Pantry

The Dartmouth Cancer Center Food Pantry is now 100% funded through philanthropic dollars.

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Cancer patient wearing head covering surrounded by two healthcare workers

Dartmouth Cancer Center’s oncology program earns national recognition

Becker's Hospital Review has featured Dartmouth Cancer Center in their list of 100 hospitals and health systems with oncology programs that are accelerating innovation, discovery and greater access to care.

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Steven D. Leach, MD

Dartmouth Cancer Center Director elected to National Academy of Medicine

Election to the National Academy of Medicine is considered one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine and recognizes individuals who have demonstrated outstanding professional achievement and commitment to service.

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POWERED students with Associate Director for DEIB, Frederick Lansigan, MD

Powering towards inclusive excellence

Creative new initiatives are how Dartmouth Cancer Center is embracing inclusivity.

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