Watch our scientists discuss how the Geoffrey Beene Center helped Memorial Sloan Kettering establish a progressive approach to modern cancer research.
The Geoffrey Beene Cancer Research Center at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center was established in 2006 by G. Thompson Hutton, Esq., (Founder, Trustee & CEO of the Geoffrey Beene Foundation) and Harold Varmus, M.D.. Since its inception, the Geoffrey Beene LLC. and the Geoffrey Beene Foundation have been the sole funding sources. Together, they have funded approximately 120 separate new revolutionary research initiatives across all cancers to develop new treatments for cancer patients.
The goal of the Geoffrey Beene Cancer Research Center is to provide direct support for revolutionary new cancer research, with the ultimate goal of making cancer a more manageable, and potentially curable, disease.
“Frame This…Revelations™” uncovers the truth of cancer’s ruthless assault from the unique perspective of artists who are battling this insidious disease.
“Frame This…Revelations™” To promote EMPATHY for cancer patients and caregivers making the public aware of cancer’s insidious destructive force on the Individual; physically, emotionally and psychologically and to INFLUENCE the need for the public, private industry and government officials to proactively SUPPORT CANCER RESEARCH in order for the scientific community to find more solutions to save lives … hopefully ending human misery from this despicable disease. The artist is the best vehicle to make this case. Only with “new” research can there be hope … more “new” research saves lives. “Revelations™” will “Frame” the urgency and provide a platform to underscore the necessity for people globally to put greater pressure on private enterprise and government to provide greater funding for cancer research.
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Sample Funded Pages
Since 2006, the Geoffrey Beene Cancer Research Center has awarded 113 research proposals and funded 16 shared resources. Here are a sample of projects that the Geoffrey Beene Center would like to highlight.
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