Immunotherapy has the potential to treat almost any type of cancer. Learn how we are making this a reality for more patients sooner.
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Numerous challenges can derail progress in finding new immune-based cancer treatments. We're solving some of the biggest challenges, keeping promising new immunotherapies on the fast track to patients.
Cancer patients are now beginning to benefit from advances in cancer immunotherapy. Watch this story of hope and survival, and be inspired to help us conquer cancer.
Browse our directory of scientific leaders who volunteer their time and expertise to help ensure that we fund the most innovative and promising research possible.
CRI programs have been instrumental in pioneering the field and funding discoveries, offering hope for the ultimate prevention and treatment of cancer using our immune system.
Watch interviews with our scientists to learn more about their groundbreaking research and its impact on patients, roundtable discussions from experts at CRI conferences and meetings, as well as public service announcements highlighting CRI's role in the field of cancer immunotherapy.
When Sharon Belvin learned that she had advanced melanoma at 22-years old, she enrolled in a CRI-funded clinical trial for a new antibody therapy called anti-CTLA-4. Today, the mother of two is still cancer free. Read more about her story and other cancer survivors who used these powerful new treatments called immunotherapies.
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