President DeGoia speaking of the importance of Geogetown Lombardi's NCI designationWhat makes Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center different from other cancer centers? Georgetown University President John J. DeGioia shares his thoughts on the important work at Washington’s only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center.

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Lombardi News Stories

  • A microscopic image of cells from a tumor with uniform STAG2 expression
    For Some Bladder Cancer Patients, Simple Test Could Reduce Overtreatment, Ease High Cost

    A team of scientists led by Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers has published a study validating that a new test could be key to reducing the cost of caring for patients with bladder cancer while simultaneously relieving some patients of unnecessary treatment.

  • Dr. Weiner speaks at a glass podium in front of a display of sports memorabilia and a window
    Georgetown Lombardi Men's Event Boasts Another Year of Success

    Over 200 men gathered for the 19th annual Men’s Event, a fundraising dinner to raise awareness and money for research at Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center on cancers that affect men.

  • Marc E. Lippman in a portrait shot in which he wears a white lab coat and tie
    Acclaimed Breast Oncologist/Researcher Returns to Georgetown’s Cancer Center

    Physician-scientist Marc E. Lippman, MD, MACP, FRCP, rejoins Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center as a member of the breast cancer program and will also be a professor in the departments of oncology and medicine at Georgetown University Medical Center.

  • Carren Oler reciting her poem, Cancer’s Unwelcome Return and the Four Angels, and showcasing an illustration of the angels
    From Chapel to Coffeehouse

    The third annual Poetry Cafe, hosted by the Georgetown Lombardi Arts and Humanities Program and Mission & Pastoral Care on June 7 in the chapel at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, provided the hospital community with the opportunity to collectively share their thoughts and experiences through poetry and more.