The 2014 Cancer Research Foundation Fletcher Scholars Award will support "Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Cancer," a proposal submitted by Kay Macleod, PhD Learn More »
As part of the grant provided to scientists awarded the Cancer Research Foundation Young Investigator Award, awardees agree to present their research to the Foundation's Board of Directors in a series of short presentation. Learn More »
Is it possible that when a leukemia patient receives a stem cell transplant from a close relative, the patient might actually be reinforcing the likelihood that he or she will develop a secondary cancer? Learn More »
We are pleased to announce a major discovery arising out of the Interdisciplinary Leukemia Project. Learn More »
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Letter from the Executive Director
Twenty-six years ago, Dorothy and Eugene Fletcher provided for a gift to the Cancer Research Foundation. Today, that gift is still working in the fight against cancer.
We are pleased to announce the 2014 Fletcher Scholars Award will go to Kay Macleod, PhD to fund her proposal titled "Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Cancer."
Cancer & Science News
Remembering Janet Rowley, MD, a pioneer in cancer research and a great advocate for supporting young scientists and innovative ideas in cancer research.
Is it possible that when a leukemia patient receives a stem cell transplant from a close relative, the patient might actually be reinforcing the likelihood that he or she will develop a secondary cancer? Lucy Godley, MD, PhD and past CRF Young Investigator is working to find out.
The Cancer Research Foundation is pleased to announce the 2013 Young Investigator Award Winners.
In Memory of Esther Schnolis
Jim & Bobbi Taormina
In Memory of Ruth Lissner
Mr and Mrs. Edward McAdams III
To help in the fight against cancer
Don and Jeanette Wirkus
In Memory of Walter Nowakowski