• Science and creativity to fight cancer.

    Music, art, design,
    sport and events
    helping to fund the
    scientific researchers in
    the fight against cancer.

/ What does the Cure Project mean?

The Cure Project´s objective is to use music, arts, design, sport and events to raise awareness, disseminate information and collect funds to sponsor scientific researches in the fight against cancer.

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O que é a cura?





/ How does it work?

The CURE Institute Project (The Instituto Projeto CURA) is a non-for-profit association, which main goal is to inform the population in general about the importance of supporting clinical researches to fight cancer.

In addition to developing different cultural and educational activities to raise awareness, we also promote actions of mobilization and fundraising among individuals and companies – on direct or indirect manner through tax deduction, for instance – to support the cause.

The expected result is the engagement of the civil society towards the financing of clinical studies designed to promote treatment and to search for the cure of cancer..

HISTORY:

The CURE Project was launched in 2016 as a digital platform of LACOG (Latin American Cooperative Oncology Group – a non-for-profit organization with headquarters in Porto Alegre), founded in 2008 by a group of health professionals specialized in Oncology, with the objective of developing, conducting and coordinating academic studies and clinical researches in Latin America.

Currently we are established as an Institution with headquarters in Sao Paulo-state of Sao Paulo, Brazil, with articulated actions in Latin America, through the researchers..

The net income resulting from every initiatives of the CURE Institute Project is directed to the development of researches to fight cancer.

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  • "... Almost two decades after being cured, I continue to thank God, the physicians, the researchers, the lab guinea pigs, the lawyers and also the individuals and the companies who funded the researches leading to the development of that drug.
    "

    Read more / Cristina Santedicola

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