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Building a healthy future

For more than a century, we have trained Indiana’s doctors and made bold discoveries in Indianapolis. Now, Indiana University School of Medicine is building a new home for teaching and innovation. You can help us make better health a reality.

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Learn the difference donors make in supporting future physicians and inspiring breakthroughs.

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Defeating cancer

Researchers at IU Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center study every facet of cancer to improve detection and tailor treatments that save lives.

Preserving memory

IU School of Medicine is an international leader in understanding neurodegenerative diseases and pursuing groundbreaking therapies.

Keeping hearts strong

Our cardiovascular researchers are making bold advances to prevent, detect and treat heart disease.

Preparing healers

We train almost half the state’s physicians and believe the costs of medical school shouldn’t keep students from pursuing their passion.

How donors transform health

Going the extra mile

Rafat Abonour’s commitment to curing multiple myeloma is unwavering. Each year, he leads a ride for a cure—a ritual that binds him closer to the patients he has lost and those he is trying to save.

Race to save memory

Dave Roberts backs drivers who push a car to the limit. He and his wife also support research at IU School of Medicine to speed up efforts to halt Alzheimer’s disease.

Easing minds

Evansville natives Bill and Mary Stone committed $34.2 million for a center to find breakthroughs in mental illnesses affect children and adolescents.

Research saves lives

Stephanie Pemberton saw the impact cancer research had for others—and experienced it herself after she was diagnosed with breast cancer.

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