Preliminary Grant Request

Preliminary Grant Request PURPOSE: The overall goal of the Clinical Investigation Grant program of Cancer Treatment Research Foundation (CTRF) is to stimulate innovative research relevant to cancer therapy (e.g., new agents, immunotherapy, biological response modifiers, gene therapy), clinical nutrition, and cancer integrative medicine. The Foundation supports innovative clinical cancer research in Conventional as well as […]

Cancer Treatment Research Foundation’s Board of Scientific Counselors

Cancer Treatment Research Foundation’s Board of Scientific Counselors Daniel W. Nixon, MD (Chairman)Cancer Control Center of Charleston, LLCSullivan’s Island, SC David Berd, MD Professor of Medicine and Medical OncologyJefferson University Medical SchoolPhiladelphia, PA Stephen Blacklow, MD, PhDAssociate Professor of PathologyHarvard Medical SchoolBoston, MA Nelson Chao, MDBone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplant ProgramDuke University Medical CenterDurham, […]

Funded Grants

Funded Grants Select a cancer type or topic below to view relevant research studies and information. Breast Cancer Research Trametes Versicolor in Breast Cancer Patients (G-04-006)Leanna J. Standish, MD, Bastyr University, Kenmore, WA The purpose of this project is to investigate the effects of a commonly prescribed herbal medicine used in immune therapy in women […]

Fact Sheet

Fact Sheet Who we are: Cancer Treatment Research Foundation (“CTRF”), a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit charitable organization based in Schaumburg, IL, is dedicated to curing cancer through funding patient-centered clinical studies that deliver innovative treatment options to cancer patients. What we do: CTRF funds conventional, integrative and complementary phase I and phase II cancer research trials […]

Archive Press Releases

Archive Press Releases Benefit Raises Record-Breaking $750,000 to Fund Cancer Research Programs pr-103105-gala (12 K) Second Annual Walter Payton 16,726-Yard Run Raises More Than $36,000 for Cancer Research Programs pr-92005-run (40 K) Benefit Raises $625,000 to Fund Cancer Research pr-102504-gala (12 K) First Annual Walter Payton 16,726-Yard Run Raises More Than $34,000 for Cancer Research […]

Advances & Accomplishments in Cancer Research

Advances & Accomplishments in Cancer Research VISIONS Winter 2007 visionswinter07 (1.1MB) VISIONS June 2006 visions-0606 (290 K) VISIONS January 2006 visions-0106 (286 K) Opening the Newsletter If you already have Adobe Reader, click the link above to open the report in your current browser window. If you do not have Adobe Reader, you can download […]

What Makes Us Different?

What Makes Us Different? What makes CTRF different? Unlike other cancer foundations, the charitable donations we receive are focused on funding research that will have an impact on cancer patients today. To learn more, visit CTRF.org today. CTRF focuses on cancer research which can have an impact on cancer patients today – not 5 or […]

Cancer Treatment Research Foundation Fiscal Year Annual Reports

Cancer Treatment Research FoundationFiscal Year Annual Reports Complete FY 2006 Report (~450 k) Complete FY 2005-annual-report (~1.1 mb) Opening the Report If you already have Adobe Reader, click the link above to open the report in your current browser window. If you do not have Adobe Reader, you can download the program for free. Saving […]

History of CTRF

History of CTRF When you donate to a cancer charity, you are helping a great cause. CTRF began with the love and struggle of one family, and we continue to spread hope to other families coping with cancer. Mary Brown Stephenson lived a rich and meaningful life. Her son, Richard J Stephenson, remembers her as […]

Financials

Financials 99 cents of every dollar donated to CTRF goes directly to cancer research programs, thanks to the generous underwriting of daily operation expenses by Cancer Treatment Centers of America. This ratio is unparalleled in any nonprofit setting. With 99% of your donation going directly to fund cancer research, your donations really make a meaningful […]