We are proud to announce our largest round of rare cancer grant funding to date: $200,000 in new grants supporting innovative rare cancer research, as well as a new program supporting patients facing cholangiocarcinoma. Learn more about each of these exciting new grants and programs below. Continue reading
In 2012, we identified a need for a scientific meeting uniting key players in cholangiocarcinoma research. In order to best foster collaboration and informal discussion, however, we wanted a format that was different that that of the typical scientific meeting. This approach led us to the TargetCancer Foundation Think Tank on Cholangiocarcinoma– a unique meeting that united not only cholangiocarcinoma experts, but also leaders from other rare cancers who shared their experiences of successfully bringing those cancers out of orphan status. Continue reading
Great coverage of TargetCancer Foundation’s support of an innovative esophageal cancer collaboration at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Continue reading
“When the late Paul Poth was diagnosed with a form of cancer so rare there was no treatment, he helped to launch a highly promising area of cancer research that is giving new hope to patients.”
A great piece from a Massachusetts General Hospital newsletter on TargetCancer Foundation’s work with MGH that recently led to a new cholangiocarcinoma clinical trial.
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We recently announced the exciting news that research initiated by TargetCancer Foundation has led to a new cholangiocarcinoma clinical trial. We are truly proud to have been a part of the process leading to this trial, and now we’re just as excited to provide funding to support the trial itself. Continue reading
As 2014 comes to a close, so does our fifth anniversary year. And what an amazing year it has been! A whirlwind to say the least, but we saw the most significant growth and progress in the history of TargetCancer Foundation.
And there’s no time to rest in year six- our next round of grants will be awarded in January, and we already have events on the calendar for the winter and spring of 2015. But in the meantime, here’s a look back at some of our accomplishments from the past year.
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