Our favorite celebration is our Seed of Hope ceremony, where we honor our survivors for their courage and healing.
We celebrate with our volunteers, donors and supporters as they help us spread the message about the Cancer Institute across Arkansas and beyond.
And we also celebrate advancements in our research programs, which are the keys to understanding why cancer occurs and how to prevent and treat it.
As we look to the future, we continue to expand our treatment options and support programs to ensure that all patients receive the individualized care they deserve.
We are honored to serve as Arkansas’ official cancer research and treatment center, but we don’t take this distinction lightly. As we all experience the changes to our nation’s health care system, please rest assured that our doctors, nurses, social workers and other staff members are here to answer your questions, offer support and ensure that you receive the highest quality health care.
Don’t hesitate to contact us with any concerns you may have.
Peter D. Emanuel, M.D.
UAMS Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute