The USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, located in Los Angeles, is a major regional and national resource for cancer research, treatment, prevention, and education. The Center is a leader in cancer research with more than 200 investigators studying the complex origins and progression of cancer, developing prevention strategies, and searching for cures. USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center is part of the Keck School of Medicine of USC and is one of the eight original National Cancer Institute–designated comprehensive cancer centers.
USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center provides comprehensive care for patients in its affiliated hospitals and clinics and conducts hundreds of clinical trials. The Center offers the latest in innovative treatments using a multidisciplinary approach in a patient-centered environment.
Cancer research at USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center is organized into five thematic programs addressing the central questions about how cancers originate and grow and five translational research programs focusing on genitourinary cancers, gastrointestinal cancers, women’s cancers, leukemia and lymphoma, and a bridge program in experimental therapeutics.
Name: USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center
Location: Los Angeles, California