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Giving to UC Davis Health System

Giving to UC Davis Health System

The impact of your giving

Lives change at UC Davis Health System. Some begin. Some begin a new journey. But all of them are touched because someone believed in our bold vision for a bright future.

We invite you to see how philanthropic support transforms lives in extraordinary ways – for loved ones around our own dinner tables and for people we will never meet, halfway around the world.

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Francesca Rollie Swingle Olivia Campa patient gives back
Brandy kidney transplant story Telemedicine in rural areas School of nursing
Pediatric emergency care targeted fragile X treatment Advanced cardiovascular surgery

Francesca Arnaudo — "Miracle girl"

By the age of 10, Francesca Arnaudo already had survived two cancer diagnoses – bone cancer and white blood cell malignancy. She pulled through with flying colors, cheer and tenacity, earning the nickname "miracle girl" from her UC Davis nurses.
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"Being in clinical trials has kept me alive and healthy"

Rollie Swingle was diagnosed with Stage IV prostate cancer in January 2004. He joined a cancer clinical trial at the encouragement of his doctor.
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Foundation awards $5,000 to UC Davis medical student

UC Davis School of Medicine student Olivia Campa earned a National Hispanic Health Foundation scholarship, an award that honors Hispanic students who exhibit exceptional academic performance, leadership and commitment to Hispanic communities.
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Grateful ovarian cancer patient gives back 

Pattie Laubhan is not only an inspiring cancer survivor, but also a one-woman fundraising machine for the cancer center that helped restore her health.
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Life after stem cell transplant

The UC Davis Stem Cell Transplant Program is saving the lives of patients diagnosed with some of the gravest diseases, including leukemia and myelodysplastic syndrome. The program is the largest and most experienced of its kind in inland Northern California.
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Participants in revolutionary kidney transplantation meet

Donors and recipients who participated in a four-way "domino" kidney transplant at UC Davis Medical Center had the opportunity to meet for the first time.
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Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing alumna's research tackles childhood obesity 

Christy Solorio, graduate of the Nursing Science and Health-Care Leadership Master's Degree – Leadership Track Program at the School of Nursing at UC Davis, examines link between childhood obesity and asking children to "clean their plates"
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First-rate pediatric emergency care

With the opening of a new surgery and emergency services pavilion, UC Davis Medical Center's pediatric emergency program is well-equipped to meet the unique needs of children younger than 18 years of age.
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Targeted treatments for fragile X

Maude Brownlie traveled from Scotland to the UC Davis MIND Institute to receive treatment for FXTAS, a neurodegenerative condition.
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A new era in cardiovascular care

UC Davis Health System is widely recognized as the premier cardiovascular care provider for the Northern California region.
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UC Davis extends health to the underserved

Alice Thompson consulted a UC Davis endocrinologist who helped her manage her diabetes better via a telemedicine connection.
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