On Monday, June 20, the Cancer Research Institute visited the NBC TODAY Show Plaza to raise public awareness of cancer immunotherapy and the need for continued scientific research. The visit to the NBC TODAY Show Plaza was part of Cancer Immunotherapy Month, a series of social and educational events designed to promote the lifesaving potential of cancer immunotherapy. We received a warm welcome from NBC TODAY Show staff and guests, some of whom joined us in celebrating Cancer Immunotherapy Month. And, our trip was made even sweeter with a donation of assorted cupcakes from Baked by Melissa. Here are a few of our favorite photos from the plaza.
NBC TODAY Show news anchor Natalie Morales greets our CEO and director of scientific affairs, Jill O’Donnell-Tormey, Ph.D.
CRI staff “white out” the NBC TODAY Show Plaza.
NBC TODAY Show guests (from North Carolina!) join CRI in supporting Cancer Immunotherapy Month.
Together, we can #WhiteOutCancer!
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