Due to COVID-19, Creating Hope was re-imagined in 2021 as a virtual event. Though we missed gathering with you in person, this year's Creating Hope: Stories of Good brought together Providence donors, friends and our community in new ways.
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As we turn the page on a new chapter in cancer research, our commitment to creating hope remains strong. We are focused on fighting cancer and building a cancer-free future.
Thank you for supporting Providence Cancer Institute. Your gift helps bring life-changing care to cancer patients and their families, and brings us one step close to our goal to #FINISHCANCER.
Stories of survival, hope and healing
Our patients are the heroes of countless stories of good. And each day, their stories create hope – hope for a cure, hope for more time, hope for a future without cancer.
Stories of breakthroughs and compelling science
When Walter J. Urba, M.D., Ph.D., joined Providence Portland Medical Center as director of the cancer program 28 years ago, only a few people were asking that simple "what if" question.
That didn’t stop him or his team of pioneers. Today the cancer research team at Providence has proven the immune system can fight cancer. Immunotherapy works, and we are saving more lives today than ever before.
Lab Tour with Dr. Urba
Researchers sharing hopes
Stories of health and happiness
Dr. Miles Hassell shared some great tips on how diet and lifestyle changes can help increase your body’s ability to evade and fight cancer.
And Julianne Johnson-Weiss performed a rousing rendition of "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" that is sure to bring joy and hope to all.
Dr. Hassell shares lifestyle tips
Julianne Johnson-Weiss performs
Thank you for joining us at this year's Creating Hope: Stories of Good. We hope to be able to gather in person for next year's Creating Hope. Watch our website for more details.
Did you know that 70% of our research funds come from donors? Donors are the catalyst. Without you, we can’t push the limits of research. With your help, we can finish cancer for good.
Thanks to our wonderful sponsors. Your generosity has been vital as we write the next chapter in cancer research.