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70 years
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We know how precious time is. Which is why, for over 70 years, we have made it our mission to fund cancer research with the ultimate goal of helping Canadians live longer and healthier lives.

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One break­through at a time

Cancer is complex and ruthless. Our best weapon against it is research. Throughout the years, researchers have been finding answers to outsmart it. And because of their progress, cancer is no longer the death sentence it once was.

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In 2016 alone
172
INNOVATIVE RESEARCH PROJECTS
190 000
donors from coast to coast
$14.1M
in funding
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Our impact at a
GLANCE

Since 2000, we have invested over $140M in Canada's best researchers.

TIME TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

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Your donations help to fund innovative and impactful research projects that aim to better prevent, detect and treat cancer.
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MORE MONEY
MEANS MORE TIME

To find answers

Good research takes time. Especially when trying to figure out a complex disease such as cancer. When you donate to cancer research, it not only provides our scientists with financial resources but also with the time to make those all-important discoveries.

To live longer & healthier lives

If researchers have more time to make breakthroughs, we all benefit from it. Research dollars give us all more time to live our lives.

WHERE DOES
YOUR MONEY GO?

$
5 694 075
Causes & Prevention
$
4 511 100
Detection
$
3 910 765
Treatments
Whether its to understand its root causes, to help early detection or to design better treatments, we fund scientists across all areas of research, regardless of the type of cancer.

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