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The Campaign for The Program in Women's Oncology

Ways to Give-Program in Women's OncologySince 1989, The Program in Women's Oncology has been nationally renowned as a pioneer in women's oncology, offering a unique multidisciplinary program that was the first of its kind in the nation.

It is vital that the program's environment of care meets its level of clinical excellence. Our patients and their families deserve nothing less.

With your help, The Campaign for the Program in Women's Oncology will transform the first floor of the Bernard and Ina Wasserman Family Building, creating a new Infusion Center and Integrative Care Suite. The project will provide a modern, technologically advanced environment for care that is welcoming and comfortable for our patients and families.

Highlights of the renovation include:

  • Infusion Center space that is twice the size of the current clinic.
  • Private and semi-private treatment spaces.
  • The addition of a lounge and nourishment center for patients and families.
  • The creation of an Integrative Care Suite for wellness programs and complementary therapies for patients undergoing cancer treatment.
Learn more about The Campaign for the Program in Women's Oncology
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Help Women & Infants meet the Critical $500,000 Challenge

Women & Infants Hospital has received a generous challenge grant from The Carter Family Charitable Trust of Providence toward the construction of a new Infusion Center and Integrative Care Suite at the hospital's Program in Women's Oncology.Ways to Give

John and Letitia Carter, long-time supporters of Women & Infants, will donate $500,000 toward this project if Women & Infants can raise $750,000.

Join the Carters in making a difference in the lives of women in your community battling cancer. Give them and their loved ones a world-class facility that matches the clinical excellence of The Program in Women's Oncology's caregivers. Donate to The New Infusion Center and Integrative Care Suite.
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