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Changemakers on a mission

The Anticancer Fund thinks differently, acts differently and prioritises the patients above all else.

We fill in the blanks spaces in cancer research, to deliver more and better treatments.

We empower patients with knowledge, and offer clear and reliable information about cancer and cancer treatments.

Be part of our mission. Consider your donation not just a contribution, but an investment.

Proud to join forces with scientists around the world

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At a glance

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29 ongoing clinical trials

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1,6 million euros invested in research (in 2023)

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90 scientific publications

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1.466 patients supported (last 5 years)

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Rare cancers call for projects - ATTRACT consortium

International call for research proposals on rare cancer drug development

The Anticancer Fund and five other charities collaborate to support innovative research and this way, bring more treatment options to patients with rare cancers. This is the second call for projects by the ATTRACT consortium.

Annual Report 2023 of the Anticancer Fund

Challenging the course of cancer - Annual Report 2023

Discover the 2023 Annual Report of the Anticancer Fund, summarizing a year of achievements and efforts to challenge the course of cancer. The theme ‘Care today, a cure for tomorrow’ reflects our focus on delivering tailored patient support and advancing research, for more and better treatments. 

Fighting cancer with Anticancer Fund

Obtain a grant to develop your pancreatic cancer research idea

Are you working on innovative solutions for pancreatic cancer? We want to turn promising research into clinical trials. Apply now, the application is straightforward.

This funding will help turning laboratory research into clinical trials that could lead to new treatments.

Pancreatic cancer - joint event Anticancer Fund and Pancreatic Cancer Europe

Pancreatic cancer: joint efforts with Pancreatic Cancer Europe for more therapies

On June 25, 2024, Santiago de Compostela will host a gathering of experts aimed at enhancing treatment options for patients with pancreatic cancer.

Organised by the Anticancer Fund and Pancreatic Cancer Europe, and supported by the European Pancreatic Club, this Multistakeholder Meeting seeks to foster an inclusive dialogue among professionals.

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The Anticancer Fund collaborates to make innovative treatments accessible to more patients across Europe

Help us make innovative treatments accessible to more patients across Europe

Food and cancer
Patient question

Can a diet cure your cancer?

Catalysing cancer research: the value of transparent clinical trial data
Science highlights

Catalysing cancer research: the value of transparent clinical trial data

Patient question

The truth about homeopathy and cancer: should you try it?