Continued support and funding is needed. To become a member and learn more about CCP and the new cancer prevention research projects, visit the website or find us on Causes.com/Cancer or Facebook.com/CancerPrevention.
About the Campaign for Cancer Prevention
Founded by Eric Ding in 2007, The Campaign for Cancer Prevention (CCP), with more than 6 million members, aims to innovate and effectively channel the most cutting-edge research and prevention strategies to prevent cancer. The Campaign is an official partner of Brigham and Women's Hospital, a flagship hospital of Harvard Medical School.
CCP is unique in that its strategy is to connect individuals, corporations and organizations directly with world-class scientists working to prevent and cure cancer. The ultimate goal of CCP is to synergistically accelerate direct-to-science medical research and empower people to self-invest in the fight for cancer prevention. The Campaign also supports several of the world's largest and longest-running studies into understanding cancer causes and preventions. Several of the studies, including The Nurse's Health Study, the longest running study of women in the world, have helped lead the world in finding causes, preventions, and treatments for cancer over the life history of over a quarter million people for more than 35 consecutive years. To learn more, visit campaignprevent.com.
About Brigham & Women's Hospital
Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) is a 793-bed nonprofit teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School
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