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Cancer Research
Help MIT students, faculty, and researchers collaborate to beat cancer.

 

41 donors are needed on Pi Day, March 14, to secure a $7,500 challenge gift from KI volunteer Jim Goodwin to aid cancer research at MIT.

 

Cancer researchers at MIT are changing the future of the disease and helping improve the lives of patients by creating new approaches to detection, monitoring, and treatment. 

 

From fundamental science in the lab to engineering new therapies for the clinic, the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research has redefined the gold standard in interdisciplinary cancer research. Engaging our strong relationship network of clinical, biotech, and other partners, we are uniquely positioned to advance cancer research in ways that mean better outcomes for patients everywhere.
 
Our signature Frontier Research Program gets MIT-style big ideas off the ground, providing seed funding for early stage, proof-of-concept work. Your support for Frontier is crucial as these potentially groundbreaking projects can be difficult to fund by conventional means.
 
Join us by giving on March 14 to help cancer research at MIT!

$7,500
The Cancer Research Challenge
41 donors are needed on Pi Day, March 14 to secure a $7,500 challenge gift from KI volunteer Jim Goodwin to aid cancer research at MIT.
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$314,159
The MIT 24-Hour Challenge
If 6,283 MIT alumni, students, parents, and friends give to MIT on March 14, 2019, a generous anonymous alum challenger will give the Institute $314,159, fueling the future at MIT and around the world.
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