Research and Teaching - A.C.Camargo Cancer Center

Research and Teaching

Research and Teaching

Since its foundation in 1953, A.C.Camargo Cancer Center bases its actions on cancer prevention, treatment, teaching and research. In the same year, was created the first residency program in oncology in the country and today A.C.Camargo has graduated 1,169 specialists.

In addition, A.C.Camargo Biobank is considered one of the greatest and more organized in Latin America with approximately 54 thousand samples; its postgraduate program Stricto Sensu has graduated 525 masters and doctors since its foundation.

Completing this teaching and research structure, it has a Faculty formed by renowned masters and doctors, with important actions in Brazil and abroad and is a Sister Institution of the MD Anderson Cancer Center, the main international oncology center.