A New Gift to Add to Your List—One to Conquer Cancer

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Conquering cancer requires the commitment, talent, and resources of all members of our community. It requires the innovation of researchers and the insight of clinicians, the courage of our worldwide community of patients and survivors, and it requires the generosity of everyone who believes in a world free from the fear of cancer. 

This year, as you plan your year-end giving, consider a tax-deductible gift to the Conquer Cancer Foundation. Your gift will be matched dollar for dollar by Raj Mantena, RPh, of Jupiter, Florida, doubling the difference your support will make in the lives of people living with cancer and those who care for and about them. Together, we can:

  • Fund breakthrough research and advance new discoveries in cancer care and treatment
  • Put up-to-the minute, accurate cancer information directly into the hands of patients and caregivers, so that they can be empowered in their care and survivorship
  • Support cutting-edge training and professional development for oncology practitioners
  • Improve the standard of care worldwide—particularly in developing nations—by promoting international communication, collaboration, and education among cancer practitioners

The Conquer Cancer Foundation funds research focused on finding new therapeutics to conquer cancer and is also committed to supporting research in areas that are typically underfunded, such as palliative care, rare cancers, pediatric cancers, and high-risk areas.

With government support of research becoming increasingly tenuous, support from donors like you are needed more than ever before to help young oncology researchers get their start and to continue to advance the practice of oncology worldwide. As the end of the year approaches, we hope that you will join us in building a world free from the fear of cancer by making a gift to conquer cancer at ■

Want to learn more about the researchers your gift supports?

Visit to see videos of featured researchers discussing their work and the impact of their Conquer Cancer Foundation grant.

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