Understanding the past. Empowering your future.
You, your family, and hereditary cancer.
@2013 Familial Gastrointestinal Cancer Unit, University of Illinois at Chicago
840 S. Wood Street (MC 716), Chicago. IL 60612 · Phone (312) 413-
Last Update: 10/22/2013
Giving To The FGCIU
Message from the FGICU Team:
The race for medical discoveries has no finish line. We stand at the threshold of a pivotal time in genetic medicine, one that has the potential to transform the way we treat and prevent diseases. But we cannot do it alone. Join us. When our supporters make gifts, they create a ripple effect: one life brightening another, then another, and on for generations. One gift can help many families by funding genetic testing that is necessary and expensive, funding research projects that could identify new ways to treat cancer, and helping families connect with specialists they otherwise could not afford. Your gift could change a life. We encourage you to become a part of this visionary legacy by making a gift to the FGICU today.
Please contact us we would be happy to discuss how your donation could change lives.
Sandee Bernklau MSN, FNP-
Gastroenterology/Pancreatobiliary Nurse Practitioner
Familial Gastrointestinal Cancer Unit
University of Illinois at Chicago
Digestive Diseases and Nutrition (MC716)
Department of Medicine
Clinical Sciences Building
840 South Wood Street
Chicago, IL 60612
Office: (312) 413-
Fax: (312) 996-
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