The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center offers cancer treatment and educational programs. The center has been providing lifesaving services since 1941. It provides treatment for bladder, skin, lung, spinal, eye, bone, breast, kidney, oral, stomach, thyroid, esophageal and endometrial cancer. The center also provides treatment for adrenal disease, fallopian tube, leukemia and psychiatric illness. Its public education office provides education and communication programs to increase awareness and understanding of cancer to promote healthy lifestyle. The center provides a wide variety of activities and resources for patients and caregivers. Its cancer prevention center offers a wide range of screening and early detection services. Its stem cell transplantation and cellular therapy program utilizes transplantation therapies to eliminate cancer and provide personalized patient care. The center is located in Houston.