Is the Cancer Research Institute legitimate? The Cancer Research Institute (CRI) is a top-rated 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (EIN: 13-1837442) that upholds the highest standards of fiscal responsibility, integrity, transparency, and accountability.

What does cancer research institute do? We are the Cancer Research Institute

Since 1953, we’ve led the field with support for immunotherapy research and clinical trials. Together with our donor, patient, and scientist communities, we continue to fund revolutionary breakthroughs to cure all types of cancer.

Is the institute of cancer research the same as Cancer Research UK? The ICR and The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust are together designated a Cancer Research UK Centre. The centre is a strategic initiative through which Cancer Research UK, the ICR and The Royal Marsden work together on translational and clinical research.

Is ICR part of UCL? Together with our hospital partner The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, we are rated as one of the top centres for cancer research and treatment worldwide. As well as being as world-class research institute, the ICR is a higher education institution and a member institution of the University of London.

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