Emily Couric Cancer Center
The Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center is an outpatient cancer treatment and research center. It is part of the University of Virginia (UVA) Cancer Center and the University of Virginia Health System.
The building contains most of UVA’s outpatient cancer treatment clinics, including gynecologic oncology, radiation oncology, neuro-oncology and the infusion center.
The Couric Center opened April 4, 2011. It is named after late Virginia state senator Emily Couric, who died of pancreatic cancer in 2001. Emily’s sister Katie Couric spoke at the Couric Center’s groundbreaking and dedication.
- ↑ Web. UVA Breaks Ground on Emily Couric Cancer Center, Charlottesville Newsplex, retrieved 2011-8-9.
- ↑ Web. Katie Couric Helps Dedicate Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center, UVA Health System Newsroom, retrieved 2011-8-9.
==External links==http://uvahealth.com/directions-locations/clinics/emily-couric-clinical-cancer-center/ [ Emily Couric Cancer Center website]