April 25, 2008

Health Centers
healthwomen.org – April 25
– Rebecca Sutphen, MD, Director, Clinical Genetics, Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL

Low-Income Health Care Programs Reprieved
The Tampa Tribune – April 24
– How much to allot the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center – $10 million was proposed by the House only.

This Hooters Girl's living the hot-pants high life 
St. Petersburg Times – April 24
Instead, Cyr gushes about the opportunities Hooters has given her, from appearing at sporting events to going onstage with Martin Short at Ruth Eckerd Hall. She's also volunteered at the Moffitt Cancer Center and other charities.

Health Fair Targets The 'Underserved'
The Tampa Tribune – April 23
The event was organized by the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute and its collaborating partners, including the Tampa Bay Community Cancer Network, which is housed at Moffitt and arranged free mammograms for more than 30 women.

Colleges, Legislature At Odds Over Research Funding
The Tampa Tribune – April 23
Other projects that scored high include a research center in cancer care at the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute ($11 million) and a center in hurricane damage mitigation at Florida International University in Miami ($10 million).

TomoTherapy a more advanced way to treat cancer than standard radiation therapy 
The Villages Daily Sun – April 22
The only other TomoTherapy machines in the area are at the Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa and M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Orlando.

The rumors aren't true: Moffitt and USF maintain relationship
The Oracle – April 21
Moffitt Cancer Center is severing all ties to the University of South Florida. Moffitt plans to move off campus. Moffitt is trading in USF for the University of Florida. None of the above are true.

Hall of Famer Vitale fulfills a promise
Sarasota Herald-Tribune – April 20
Last year's gala raised $1.3 million, and the largest award was a $1 million melanoma research grant to Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa.

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