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CUPID Program

CUPID, (Cancer in the Under-Privileged Indigent or Disadvantaged), is a unique laboratory-based summer fellowship program at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.  The mission of CUPID is to promote the discipline of Oncology to medical students interested in caring for the underserved.  The CUPID program is a seven week summer fellowship which includes laboratory-based research, lecture series covering topics from basic oncology to specific cancers to healthcare disparities, clinician shadowing in medical, surgical and radiation oncology clinics and a visit to the NCI to meet researchers addressing healthcare disparities on a national level. 

For more information on the CUPID Program, please visit our website

 
 

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Take our video class to learn about your first steps in receiving chemotherapy Chemo School
Prepare for your first visit with this "walking" tour of our clinical facilities.  Watch the video.

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