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 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 cover a year's supply of pipettes, anyone can be a part of supporting a researcher's quest for a cancer cure.
No donation amount 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|