Of all his lifetime accomplishments, Paul Paganucci D’53, TU’54 felt relocating Dartmouth-Hitchcock was the one that had the most impact. Now, the scholarship named in his memory will also have great impact.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a visionary tool that can lead to better outcomes for patients with cancer.
Parents with a sick child often face an impossible choice: staying with their child or going to work in order to keep their job.
On April 19, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center celebrated construction and community when a beam that will be part of the new Patient Pavilion was delivered to the main mall and everyone was invited to sign it.
Investing in the communities it serves isn’t new to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health, but the impact of such investments was never more apparent than in the past year.
Three new gifts, totaling $3.35 million, will advance cancer immunotherapy research and teaching at Dartmouth’s and Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Norris Cotton Cancer Center (NCCC).