Cancer researcher Dr. Robert J. Arceci dies in traffic accident

Photo by Darryl Webb
GCU News Bureau

Dr. Robert J. Arceci, pictured here with a tiny cancer survivor at the 5th annual GCU Foundation Run to Fight Children's Cancer last March, died Monday morning from injuries he sustained in a traffic accident in Scottsdale. Arceci was a dedicated and brilliant childhood cancer researcher at Phoenix Children's Hospital and the inspiration for the "White Cell Rock," a dance that medical professionals, first responders and others learned and performed to improve the spirits of children with cancer.

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