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Make your commitment to prevent and cure cancer.

“At 29 or 30 years old, you think you’re immortal, and when someone tells you that you have cancer, it wakes you up and makes you re-examine all of your priorities and the direction you want to take in your life.”

— H. Lee Moffitt, former Florida state legislator and cancer survivor who was the impetus behind the state’s first comprehensive cancer center in the late 1970s


You can join our “community of courage” made up of not just Moffitt’s physicians, staff, and researchers, but also over 30,000 supporters, who are committed to revolutionizing cancer care and turning today’s research into tomorrow’s lifesaving treatments. They are people like you — current and past patients, family members and loved ones, volunteers, and generous friends actively working towards this shared vision.

Cancer touches us all. Cancer unites us all.