On behalf of patients affected with kidney cancer and their families, as well as UT Southwestern Medical Center faculty and staff, thank you for considering supporting the Kidney Cancer Program. Your support enables us to advance promising new research and treatments for patients.
“Cancer doesn’t just affect a particular individual, but it touches everyone around. For the last few years, my wife and I have been supporting the Kidney Cancer Program by putting a face to cancer for the research team. We think of them as friends and extended family and support them for their dedication and hard work.“
— Tony Towler, kidney cancer patient
DONATE BY MAIL
Kidney Cancer Program c/o Office of Development
UT Southwestern Medical Center
P.O. Box 910888
Dallas, TX 75391-0888
Projects to Support
Gifts may be specifically directed to particular projects or undesignated, enabling support wherever current needs are greatest. If your intent is for undesignated funds be used to support the Kidney Cancer Program, please indicate so in your donation information.
Ranging from establishing a Distinguished Chair to naming the Kidney Cancer Program, funds of this significance provide vital support and a lasting connection with the name of the donor – or someone the donor wishes to honor.
Technology and Artificial intelligence
Realize the potential of Artificial Intelligence in medicine to achieve breakthroughs and innovation by investing in kidney cancer AI.
Patient Assistance Fund
A Patient Assistance Fund enables patients to receive treatment at UT Southwestern, promoting equity and lifting up the underserved.
Catalyze Next Advancement in Immunotherapy
Support award-winning (Nobel Prize, Breakthrough Prize, etc.) research to reshape the body’s immune response to fight kidney cancer.
Invest in the future of kidney cancer research by supporting early-career investigators.
Pediatric and Adolescent Kidney Cancer Fund
While pediatric kidney cancer treatment is generally effective, it often leaves lifelong debilitating effects, and kidney cancer in adolescence is often fatal.
To learn more about supporting the Kidney Cancer Program in general or any of the projects listed above, contact UT Southwestern’s Office of Development at 214-648-2344 or Email.
As a public institution of higher education, charitable contributions made to UT Southwestern Medical Center may be tax deductible under section 170(c)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code.