SU2C funds multidisciplinary, multi-institutional, collaborative research projects that address critical problems in cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment to deliver near-term patient benefit. This innovative approach is continuing to transform cutting-edge research and treatment breakthroughs in cancer.
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Stand Up To Cancer: Stand Up To Cancer Show & Telecast 2021 SU2C LIVE TELEVISED EVENT STAND UP TO CANCER Every two years, Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) produces a roadblock televised fundraising special, supporting urgently needed research and new treatments for cancer.
Stand Up To Cancer breaks down the traditional barriers to collaboration by allowing scientists and researchers across institutions and disciplines to come together and work toward a shared goal: beating cancer.
SU2C Catalyst establishes a mechanism through which industry and academic scientists in the cancer community conduct SU2C collaborative research projects that will deliver significant benefits for patients and society, accelerating the development of new treatments and, where appropriate, combination therapies. Unique Advantages
Stand Up To Cancer | Cancer Screening, Cancer Testing | SU2C Take a Stand! Staying on top of your health is one of the most important calls you can make. Even in a pandemic, there will still be nearly 5,000 people diagnosed with cancer every day in the US.