Pathologist-led Humanitarian Program Hits Historical High
Backed by CAP Foundation funding, CAP member volunteers will deliver five See, Test & Treat® programs this year, providing integrated, same-day cervical and breast cancer screenings for women in need across the US:
July 20 at Greenwood Clinic, Salt Lake City, Utah
September 28 at Lifespan Community Organization, Providence, RI
October 1-3 at North Point Health & Wellness Center Minneapolis, Minn.
October 26 at the Tufts Medical Center in Boston, Mass.
November 2 at the Nhân Hòa Clinic in Garden Grove, Calif.
CAP members leading each event are, respectively: Elizabeth Hammond, MD, FCAP; Latha Pisharodi, MD, FCAP; Brad Linzie, MD, FCAP; Barbarajean Magnani, MD, FCAP; Si Nguyen, MD, FCAP.
Support our pathologists and ensure more patients in need benefit from the essential skills CAP members provide. Learn more.
Grantee’s Work Holds Promise for Breast Cancer Patients
Foundation grantee Bryce P. Portier, MD, PhD, is proof positive our research grants and awards benefit patients—and pathologists—in starkly scientific ways. Read more.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Spread Understanding of Pathologist’s Role
The CAP Foundation is the only socially responsible philanthropy dedicated solely to enhancing current and future roles for pathologists in community care.
No level of support is too small. Contribute in any way that works best for you: See, Test & Treat donations, unrestricted gifts for areas of greatest need, recurring pledges, one-time donations, tribute gifts or corporate matching gifts.