Cancer Discovery Fund
Your support of the Cancer Discovery Fund is a key part of our progress
When you give through the Cancer Discovery Fund, you give the Stanford Cancer Institute the resources to discover new ways to prevent, diagnose, and treat cancer.
Your support also plays a critical role in funding our extraordinary scientists and medical fellows at an important time—in their early careers, when they are most inspired but least able to obtain research grants. Your gift funds the Stanford Cancer Institute Innovation Awards and SCI Fellowships, programs that allow our newest and most eager scientists to pursue bold ideas that could lead to innovative cancer therapies.
Partner in Medicine
Our annual giving leadership society, Partners in Medicine, is a select group of individuals who have shown a commitment to cancer research and therapies with gifts of $1,000 and above. Our Partners in Medicine contribute 60% of our gifts to the Cancer Discovery Fund, which provides for the development of new tools, treatment options, and hope.
Your Partnership Has Impact
Your gift provides immediate support to the next generation of cancer leaders who will bring the discoveries they make in the lab directly to our clinics and to your loved ones.
The Benefits of
We appreciate your generosity! As a Partner in Medicine you will receive special communications throughout the year, subscriptions to the Stanford Medicine Equation e-newsletter and Stanford Medicine magazine, as well as information and invitations to select events.
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