One of the greatest challenges in cancer research is maintaining a laboratory staff that can stay abreast of the evolving techniques of molecular biology. We are proud of the discoveries in the Comparative Oncology Radiobiology and Epigenetics Laboratory, including defining epigenetic signatures of lymphoma in Golden Retrievers, identifying the presence of fetal cells in Golden Retriever mothers years after they have given birth to sons, and discovering new natural bacterial compounds to kill and control cancer. As we move from grant to grant for new research, we experience ebbs of funding that put our critical personnel at risk. That is why we are asking you to help us Save Our Scientists!
Please contribute to our fund to help keep these valuable team members paid and productive as we prepare new projects. Their knowledge and skill is not easily replaceable, and their dedication is tremendous. We rely on the generosity of our partners against cancer around the world to advance our fight. Thank you for your generosity.