ACRCF scientists are dedicated to understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms that cause cancer; finding genetic markers to help identify risk of cancer; and preventing and controlling cancer through non-toxic methods, nutrition and exercise.
One of our goals is to identify critical cellular and molecular targets in carcinogenesis including the identification of genes that control susceptibility to tumor development.
Scientific expertise among our researchers includes cell biology, biochemistry, molecular biology, molecular genetics, pharmacology, pathology and nutrition.
One of our goals is to identify critical cellular and molecular targets in carcinogenesis (the development of cancer) including the identification of genes that control susceptibility to tumor development. Our scientists study the use of nontoxic agents that are effective in counteracting the induction of cancer in a variety of tissues and have discovered several nontoxic substances that inhibit tumor growth.
Your support will help ensure that we continue to make great strides and contributions to the fight against cancer and the mission of prevention.