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Krebsforschung Schweiz / Swiss Cancer Research

Org #31743
Vetted since 2015
1990
year founded
$6,607
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
1
projects funded

Mission

In existence since 1990, the Swiss Cancer Research foundation, with the help of donations, provides funding for all areas of cancer research: basic, clinical, epidemiologic, and psychosocial research. A special focus is the funding of patient-centred research projects that result as far as possible in direct patient benefit. The SCR foundation board is responsible for distributing the funds to researchers. The board's funding decisions are based on the recommendations made by the Scientific Committee, which reviews the grant applications according to clearly defined criteria. The SCR also supports the development and implementation of measures to fight cancer in Switzerland - namely, the... read more

Projects (1)

 
Project Leaders
Peggy Janich
Peggy Janich
Team
Rolf Marti, Markus Sallin
Organization Information
http://www.krebsforschung.ch
Effingerstrasse 40
Postfach
Bern, 3001
Switzerland
031 389 92 43

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 0947887318
Organization Information
http://www.krebsforschung.ch
Effingerstrasse 40
Postfach
Bern, 3001
Switzerland
031 389 92 43

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 0947887318

Project Reports

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Jan 31, 2017
Swiss Cancer Research - 25 years
At the end of 2016, the Swiss Cancer Research foundation (SCR) celebrated its 25th anniversary. In 1991, SCR raised three million Swiss francs for research funding. A quarter of a century later this...
Oct 17, 2016
Donations help advancing cancer research
We are pleased to inform you that this year the Swiss Cancer Research foundation supported by the ACCENTUS Foundation (Marlies Engeler Fund)has launcheda new research program on “Health Services...
Jul 8, 2016
How you support new therapies
To take advantage of our body’s inherent capability to attack and fight tumor cells, a basic understanding of the crosstalk between tumor cells and immune cells is necessary. In response to this...
 
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