No Stomach For Cancer Research Grants

No Stomach For Cancer is dedicated to supporting innovative research to further the understanding of gastric cancer and improve detection, treatment and quality of life for gastric cancer patients.

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The CDH1 gene mutation was discovered using this DNA sequencing machine at the University of Otago, Dunedin, NZ in 1998. Parry Guilford explains the process to Karen Chelcun Schreiber during her visit to NZ in February 2011.

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Nov 24, 2013 – No Stomach For Cancer is pleased to announce a funding opportunity for gastric cancer research.

In line with our mission to support research and unite the caring power of people worldwide affected by stomach cancer, this one-time award of $50,000 ($45,000 direct; $5,000 indirect) will go towards a research project that has the potential to improve the lives of those affected by stomach cancer.

Refer to announcement and full details to apply.

Application Deadline: March 3, 2014 5PM Eastern Standard Time

Research Grants Awarded

No Stomach For Cancer is proud to be able to award our first research grants.

$50,000 to be awarded

Project: Stomach cancer research project to be determined.

May 16, 2013
$20,000 to Centre for Translational Cancer Research, University of Otago, Dunedin, NZ

Project: The identification of new drugs for the treatment and prevention of diffuse gastric cancer using high throughput compound screening approach

December 26, 2012
$10,000 to Centre for Translational Cancer Research, University of Otago, Dunedin, NZ

Project: Genetic Predisposition to Gastric Cancer
Open ended project, with commitment to incremental funding dependent upon progress and developments.

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