The Board of Governors have raised $90 million over 25 years for research into cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.
Basic and Translational Science
Immunotherapy harnesses the body's immune system to combat cancer, without the side effects associated with traditional treatments. With immunotherapy, our researchers' aim is to eliminate the need for chemo and radiation therapies altogether. The power and promise of this science is immense and the BOG stands as one of its earliest champions.
Experimental therapeutics involves testing cancer therapies at their earliest stage of development and identifying new critical pathways for therapeutic intervention.