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UR Medicine's Wilmot Cancer Institute provides world-class cancer treatment and care.
Wilmot’s Blood and Marrow Transplant Program has completed more than 4,000 transplants since it began in 1989.
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Every person at UR Medicine has an important role to play, from those on the frontlines of patient care to the myriad administrative and operational professionals working behind the scenes. Here's Arpan's story.
The Wilmot Cancer Institute is dedicated to patient safety, including safety related to COVID. All patients and visitors are screened for symptoms or exposures, are required to wear a mask while in our facilities, and are physically distanced from other patients in waiting areas. Read more about our current visitor policy (updated March 2022), the COVID vaccine, or frequent FAQs about COVID and cancer.
Paula Cupertino, PhD, is all about bridging Wilmot's researchers with the diverse communities in our region, from aging adults to farm workers and people of color in urban, underserved areas.
The Wilmot Office of Community Outreach & Engagement (COE) was established to ensure that Wilmot’s scientific, clinic, education, training, outreach, and activities reflect the priorities of our region and the voices of its diverse communities.
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