July 12, 2018

SWCRF Rings the Nasdaq Opening Bell in honor of the 14th Annual Hamptons Happening in support of cancer research


May 3, 2018

SWCRF scientists highlight progress and promise at the 2018 Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation Scientific Review and Breakthroughs Symposium












April 13, 2018

SWCRF collaborator Prof. Shai Izraeli appointed Director of Hematology-Oncology Department at Schneider Children's Medical Center in Israel











January 30, 2018

SWCRF-supported findings at Mt. Sinai offer hopeful therapeutic strategy for early-on cancer spread

Julio Aguirre-Ghiso, PhD



January 12, 2018

SWCRF collaborator Paul B. Fisher, MPh, PhD elected to the 2017 Class of National Academy of Inventors Fellows 










    Paul B. Fisher, MPh, PhD

January 2, 2018

SWCRF-supported research at Johns Hopkins discovers potential combination therapy for ovarian cancer patients.





Cynthia Zahnow, PhD


December 12, 2017

SWCRF-supported research at Johns Hopkins discovers drug combination that may boost immunotherapy responses in lung cancer patients.

 Stephen Baylin, MD


November 30, 2017

SWCRF funded research by John Crispino, PhD, helps a woman with a rare blood cancer find hope in an experimental treatment.










November 17, 2017

Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation celebrates 20th anniversary of its Collaborating for a Cure Gala and honors in memoriam William S. Gorin.


August 5, 2017

13th Annual Hamptons Happening honors Margaret Hayes, Bobbie Lloyd, Chef Gabriel Kreuther, Glenn Myles and Shep Gordon



August 3, 2017

The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation rings the opening bell at NASDAQ to celebrate the 13th annual A Hamptons Happening benefit for research.


June 1, 2017

SWCRF celebrates the 35th anniversary of the SWCRF Golf Tournament and Dinner.








May 17, 2017

Fourth annual SWCRF Collaborating for a Cure luncheon hosted by Andrea Stark showcases Carolina Herrera fashions.









May 1, 2017

2017 SWCRF Scientific Review and Symposium Highlights Progress and Innovation in Funded Research Programs.



March 2, 2017

Colon Cancer in 2017: Although in decline, it remains a killer of Americans as they age


February 7, 2017

SWCRF grantees at Mount Sinai identify how primary tumor cells are programmed for dormancy and evade chemotherapy after spreading.



December 15, 2016

SWCRF-funded team at Mount Sinai publishes findings from international collaborative research that identifies pre-tumor mechanisms that contribute to the spread of cancer


December 13, 2016

SWCRF collaborator Prof. Zhu Chen is honored by the American Society of Hematology


November 14, 2016

The 19th annual SWCRF Collaborating for a Cure Gala raised $2.5 million for cancer research.



November 2, 2016

Fashion and beauty support the SWCRF during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.



August 26, 2016

The SWCRF remembers Adrienne Kantor.



August 26, 2016

Remembering poet and essayist Max Ritvo.



August 9, 2016

SWCRF grantees publish new findings on two compounds that may block the invasion and spread of triple-negative breast cancer.


July 9 2016

A Hamptons Happening celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation.


June 2016

The SWCRF honors Jim McLean at its 34th annual Golf Tournament and Dinner for cancer research


May 18, 2016

The SWCRF showcases Oscar de la Renta fashions at the third annual Collaborating for a Cure luncheon benefit.



May 2, 2016

The SWCRF celebrates forty years of collaborating for a cure.


April 30, 2016

The SWCRF holds workshop on Aging, Hematopoiesis and Cancer.



December 7, 2015

Striking Out at Cancer: Eric Cohen raises money for the SWCRF by stepping into the ring at Haymakers for Hope.








December 1, 2015

SWCRF researcher John Crispino, Ph.D., publishes discovery of potential new treatment for two blood malignancies.








October 22, 2015

The Angelo David Salon teams up with WPLJ 95.5 to benefit SWCRF's breast cancer research at the Blow Out Breast Cancer event.


October 14, 2015

St. John "Pays It Forward" for the SWCRF during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.


October 2015

Tadashi Shoji and St. John Pay it Forward for the SWCRF during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.



September 16, 2015

A Day of Giving: The SWCRF partners with Geraldo Rivera and Jill Zarin at Cantor Fitzgerald's 2015 Charity Day to raise funds for cancer research.











September 10, 2015

Nightcaps for Cancer raises funds for SWCRF's brain cancer programs.



August 24, 2015

Progress in Process: Recent peer-reviewed research papers by SWCRF scientists showcase new findings with potential for novel cancer therapies.









May 26, 2015

Hamptons-based artist Daniel Pollera paints a hopeful vision of finding a cancer cure with the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation.










May 18, 2015

SWCRF-funded researchers convene for the SWCRF Breakthroughs 2015 Scientific Review and Symposium









April 29, 2015

The SWCRF Remembers Kathy Sarna, co-founder of the Three Strohm Sisters Family Foundation









April 20, 2015

A Tasteful Affair: Palm Bay International teams up with Gotham magazine to benefit the SWCRF with an elegant wine tasting and silent auction.


March 23, 2015

SWCRF researchers identify microRNA that promotes the onset of CML and Down Syndrome AML.









March 12, 2015

The Millennial Society advocates for cancer research at the Hudson Terrace.


February 2, 2015

SWCRF tumor dormancy team discovers master switch that determines tumor cell dormancy, and a potential dormancy therapy.


January 20, 2015

Former SWCRF Associate Scientific Director Ethan Dmitrovsky, M.D., was published in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette for his op-ed article on the need for more government investment in cancer research.


January 13, 2015

SWCRF scientists win international joint grant for AML research from Israel and China. 



December 19, 2014

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October 31, 2014


October 1, 2014








July 29, 2014

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May 6, 2014


April 30, 2014


March 26, 2014

SWCRF-funded research team at Johns Hopkins identifies genes that predict tumors that “hide” from the immune system.


January 13, 2014


December 19, 2013

December 17, 2013


December 16, 2013


December 3, 2013