how you can contribute to the costs of one lab project to create a breakthrough
Have you ever wondered what it costs to run a cancer research project in a lab? In this short video, the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation breaks down some general costs associated with cancer research.
From donating to help pay for the cost of tissue cultures to making a gift that covers a year's supply of pipettes, anyone can be a part of supporting a researcher's quest for a cancer cure.
No donation is ever too small.
Please help us to help the world's leading cancer scientists conduct cutting-edge research for a cure.
|Postdoctoral fellow's 1-month salary||4-month supply of lab mice||Tissue culture reagents for 3 experiments|
|Molecular biology reagents for 1 experiment||General lab supplies for 5 experiments||Microscopes for 10 experiments|
|2 weeks of glass washing service||Housing and care for 12 mice||1 case of 500 petri dishes|
|1-month supply of human cancer cell growth media||1-year supply of pipettes|