News & Events

2016 Key to the Cure Gala

Posted on November 13, 2016

The LCRC’s annual fundraising gala was a fashionable success
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Significant Gift in Support of Cancer Research

Posted on October 9, 2016

Louisiana Cancer Research Center Receives $50,000 Memorial Gift (more…)

Free Public Prostate Cancer Seminar

Posted on September 10, 2016

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Free Public Prostate Cancer Seminar Sept 15 (more…)

Key to the Cure 2016

Posted on July 8, 2016

Please join us October 26 for the 2016 Saks Fifth Avenue New Orleans Key to the Cure Kickoff Gala and Charity Shopping Weekend (more…)

AACR Public Forum April 2016

Posted on April 4, 2016

The NOLA Community Is Invited to a Free Event: Progress and Promise Against Cancer, An AACR Community Event Offering Practical Knowledge and Real Hope (more…)

Nobel Laureate to Deliver LCRC Distinguished Lecture

Posted on November 3, 2015

NOBEL LAUREATE ANDREW SCHALLY TO GIVE SCIENTIFIC LECTURE ON HORMONE‐DEPENDENT CANCERS (more…)

LCRC Under New Leadership

Posted on August 11, 2015

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LOUISIANA CANCER RESEARCH CENTER UNDER NEW LEADERSHIP

Experienced Cancer Center Leader to Serve as New LCRC CAO

 

New Orleans, LA – The Louisiana Cancer Research Center (LCRC) (more…)

2015 Louisiana Cancer Research Consortium Scientific Retreat

Posted on January 26, 2015

Please join us for the 2015 LCRC Scientific Retreat on Friday, April 10, 2015 – Click here for registration and details.

Registration for the 2015 LCRC Scientific Retreat is now closed.

Key to the Cure 2014

Posted on August 21, 2014

Please join us at the 2014 Saks Fifth Avenue New Orleans Key to the Cure Kickoff Gala and Charity Shopping Weekend

Click here for more information.

Cancer Suvivors Luncheon

Posted on November 1, 2013

Louisiana Cancer Research Center held its cancer survivors luncheon Oct. 30 at the center on Tulane Avenue in New Orleans. Following its official building dedication ceremony and in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the LCRC hosted the luncheon for a group of minority cancer patients and survivors.

Read more [here].