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The Dividend of a Life Well-Lived: Peter Huntsman Reflects on the Legacy of His Dad, Jon Huntsman

The Dividend of a Life Well-Lived: Peter Huntsman Reflects on the Legacy of His Dad, Jon Huntsman

I am grateful for my father’s vision, but mostly for having a friend and father who I love. And herein lies the “what” that drives us today, the value of love, life, and human relationship. At the end of the day, this is what we are in business to do; to comfort, to cure, and to create that most precious gift, life, and all the heartaches, laughter, and love that comes with it.

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Do-It-Yourself Fundraising

Do-It-Yourself Fundraising

To make the most of your fundraising efforts for cancer research at Huntsman Cancer Institute, use our mobile-friendly, customizable do-it-yourself (DIY) platform that ensures 100% of every dollar you fundraise goes directly to supporting research at HCI!

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Talks with Docs: Neli Ulrich, MS, PhD

Talks with Docs: Neli Ulrich, MS, PhD

Cornelia Ulrich, MS, PhD, is the newly appointed director of Huntsman Cancer's Institute's NCI-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center. She oversees nearly 200 cancer research teams and leads efforts to advance HCI’s research in laboratory, clinical, and population science. Get to know Dr. Ulrich in this interview, where she speaks to us about the beginning of her career in Germany and how she relaxes after a day of juggling her many professional roles.

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The G. Mitchell Morris Cancer Learning Center

The G. Mitchell Morris Cancer Learning Center

The G. Mitchell Morris Cancer Learning Center is one of the many valuable resources available at Huntsman Cancer Institute. They offer cancer-related education on a large variety of topics. Our highly trained educators are here to assist patients, caregivers and health care professionals with questions or concerns about cancer, family history, screenings, prevention and much more.

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Little Red Riding Heroes

Little Red Riding Heroes

For the past 30 years, women have banded together in beautiful Cache Valley to participate in Little Red Riding Hood (LRRH), a non-competitive ride celebrating the strength of women. LRRH has become a widely loved and acclaimed event due to its celebratory atmosphere, annual themes, great food, over-the-top decorations, and commitment to supporting women through charitable giving to Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI).

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We Are With You

We Are With You

It will take all of us to achieve HCI’s mission. We are beyond grateful for the more than 1 million donors, fundraisers, Huntsman Heroes, and supporters who are committed to helping us eradicate cancer from the face of the earth. Our community stands with Huntsman Cancer Institute. Will you join us?

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Four Tips for Holiday Eating

Four Tips for Holiday Eating

The holiday season is full of comfort foods that give you that warm, cozy feeling. You can enjoy eating this time of year without depriving yourself or eating only boring foods. Here are a few tips to enjoy your favorite holiday foods without overdoing it.

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Learn to Focus on the Present with Mindfulness Classes and Activities

Learn to Focus on the Present with Mindfulness Classes and Activities

Having cancer is hard on a person. So is taking care of someone who has it. Even after successful treatment, cancer and its treatments have side effects that can lower your quality of life. The good news is scientific evidence shows that mindfulness practices can help relieve these side effects. Mindfulness helps you keep your thoughts focused on the present. Breathing and movement techniques help you stay in the moment and relax. Huntsman Cancer Institute offers mindfulness classes and activities for patients and caregivers.

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Help Us Raise $1 Million in Pursuit of Hope

Help Us Raise $1 Million in Pursuit of Hope

Susan Sheehan, president of Huntsman Cancer Foundation, remembers a time when simple words of hope helped a family hold on during a difficult time. During this season of hope, an anonymous donor is matching gifts up to $500,000, creating the opportunity for $1 million in new funds to support cancer research and cancer care. As you enjoy the magic of this season, help us make magic for the patients and families who walk through the doors of Huntsman Cancer Institute.

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