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WE ARE ON A MISSION TO ERADICATE CANCER, BY FUNDING
WORLD-CLASS RESEARCH INTO PREVENTION, DIAGNOSIS AND CURE.

YOUR SUPPORT MAKES A DIFFERENCE

1. Community Fundraising

We are a privately-funded organisation, relying on the power of the community contributing generous donations to our work, which will see Australia’s best cancer research teams equipped with the technologies and facilities they need to fast-track discoveries.

2. Funding World-Class Research

Our committee of internationally renowned cancer scientists reviews all applications for ACRF funding, to ensure only the most innovative, cutting-edge proposals receive our multi-million dollar grants at the end of every year.

3. Getting Results

The research we fund accelerates the analysis and testing of new treatment, diagnostic and preventative measures for all types of cancer. It keeps Australian scientists at the forefront of medical research and brings us ever closer to the cures.

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Using your talent to raise funds for cancer research

Every one of us has a unique set of talents, and our mission at the ACRF is to support Australia’s top cancer…

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Alone, on foot, across the Simpson Desert, Ian Vickers is pushing himself to the limit for cancer research

In the next few days Ian Vickers will be venturing out into the Australian outback to start his journey across the harsh…

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Researchers expose how ‘James Bond’ cells are made to boost our immune system against cancer.

Our determination to understand how our bodies operate continues to reveal fascinating intricacies. New research published in the journal of Nature Immunology exemplifies…