The women of Hawaiʻi and Pacific Islands and our community medical center participants are all equal partners in this effort. Below are our partners who help us do the work we do.
Medical Sites & Collaborators
The registry is sponsored and hosted by the University of Hawai’i Cancer Center. Its purpose is to develop new strategies for discovery, drive findings into clinical practice, and deliver the optimal outcome when a patient is faced with the prospect of treatment and recovery. It also houses the Hawai’i Cancer Consortium, whose members also support our work.
Hawai‘i Pacific Health is a not-for-profit health care system of medical centers, clinics, physicians and other care providers. With four medical centers – Kapi‘olani, Pali Momi, Straub and Wilcox – Hawai‘i Pacific Health also comprises more than 70 convenient locations statewide and is one of the state’s largest health care systems. As a not-for-profit organization, Hawai‘i Pacific Health reinvests its earnings into patient care, community programs and improvements to medical equipment and facilities, as well as research, education and training, and charity care for underserved people within our island community.
The Queen’s Health Systems is a nonprofit health care organization with a legacy of caring for the people of Hawaiʻi. As Hawaiʻi’s oldest and preeminent family of hospitals and health care companies, we provide preventive and specialty health care services in more than 70 locations throughout the Pacific.
Hawaiʻi Diagnostic Radiology Services offers expertise in a full range of diagnostic medical imaging services. Each of our facilities is staffed by subspecialized and board-certified radiologists, skilled technologists and exceptional support staff. Regardless of the type of exam you need, you can be assured to receive exceptional care in a comfortable and compassionate environment. At any time, please contact us if you have questions about a specific procedure or examination.
The Hawai‘i Tumor Registry is responsible for cancer surveillance in the state of Hawai‘i. HTR cancer data is used to produce cancer incidence and mortality rates in order to track cancer trends in the state and nationally, and to serve as a resource for cancer research and public health activities. With Hawaiʻi’s unique multiethnic population, the HTR has played a key role in understanding racial and ethnic differences in the burden of cancer.
Breast Cancer Hawaii is a volunteer-run website that curates and publishes information that is relevant to Hawaiʻi’s breast cancer survivors and co-survivors. They are our partners in sharing information about our research and findings to the local community.