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The American Cancer Society and Stand Up To Cancer announce collaborative research effort
Date:1/29/2014

LOS ANGELES January 29, 2014 -- The American Cancer Society, the largest voluntary health organization in the world dedicated to eliminating cancer, and Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C), the charitable initiative supporting groundbreaking research aimed at getting new treatments to patients in an accelerated timeframe, announced today an historic collaboration in the fight against cancer, which takes more than 585,000 lives in the U.S. each year and nearly 8 million worldwide.

"SU2C was started by the entertainment community and has had tremendous success in heightening the public's awareness of the great promise of today's cancer research," said John R. Seffrin, Ph.D., chief executive officer of the American Cancer Society. "This alliance marries the Society's comprehensive cancer-fighting mission with SU2C's high-impact funding model. Collectively, the Society and SU2C can push ahead more quickly with cutting-edge research on some of the most deadly cancers, all for the benefit of patients."

"The American Cancer Society has been on the forefront of the battle against this insidious disease for more than 100 years; its millions of volunteers are literally the boots on the ground in this fight. We're honored to collaborate with an organization with such a rich history in the research, education and advocacy arenas," said Lisa Paulsen, an SU2C co-founder and president and CEO of the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF), the 501(c)(3) that serves as the fiduciary behind Stand Up To Cancer.

Stand Up To Cancer was launched in 2008. The initiative draws on the resources of the entire entertainment industry to encourage the public to support research conducted by teams of scientists, as well as by young, individual investigators. To date, more than 700 researchers from over 100 institutions have collaborated through SU2C.

The first project of the collaboration will be a $20 million research "Dream Team" focused on lung cancer, th
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