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Dear  friends: 

IBC Bank has launched its 2022 fundraising campaign to raise money to support cancer research at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. I enthusiastically encourage you to participate in this very important campaign. 

We have all been affected by cancer, whether personally or through a family member, friend, co-worker, or resident of our community. In 2021, more than 42,000 Texans died from cancer, and it is estimated 139,000 Texans will be stricken with cancer in the next year. 

MD Anderson is among the world's most respected cancer centers devoted exclusively to patient care, research, education, and prevention. Since 1944, more than 1.8 million patients have turned to MD Anderson for cancer care and as of 2021, the center has provided more than $314 million in uncompensated care to underinsured and uninsured patients. 

We must continue to "Do More" by giving back to our communities and worthy organizations like MD Anderson Cancer Center. IBC has been a supporter of MD Anderson for many years, and we now ask you to become an MD Anderson supporter as well. I encourage each of you to give your share. Together, we can help put an end to cancer. As a commitment to the cause, IBC will match your donation dollar-for-dollar. 

Please join me in contributing to cancer research. We will make a difference in the lives of those touched by this disease, and more importantly, help many survive. Please log in to our page at Together we can Give Cancer the Boot! 

Dennis E. Nixon
IBC Bank Chairman of the Board
MD Anderson Cancer Center Senior Member of the Board of Visitors 

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