Cyclists take on the Paris2Nice Charity Cycle. On 10 September, 3 intrepid cyclists will set off on the famous Paris2Nice cycle route to endure 6 days of challenging terrain all in aid of cancer research charity The Caroline Foundation.
Tom O’Mahony will skydive on Saturday 28th August at speeds of up to 200km per hour to raise funds for Cancer Research…
The March Through March For Cancer Research Challenge with The Caroline Foundation starts on 05 March 2021. Could you Walk 100Km / 131,234 steps anytime from 05 March to 05 April 2021?
Wonderful news! Science Foundation Ireland, announces breast cancer research award for €800,000 for Caroline Foundation (TCF) funded research. Sincerest congratulations to all at Cancer Clinical Research Trust, Prof John Crown, TCF’s Dr Denis Collins and the team at NICB at DCU.
We are delighted to announce Professor John Crown was a recipient of this year’s DCU President’s Award for Impact. Congratulations to Professor John Crown & team on winning the award for Caroline-1 Trial. It is a wonderful award and recognition by the President of DCU for Cancer Research, the role of Caroline Foundation funding and the Caroline 1 clinical trials.
On International Clinical Trials Day 2020, we salute those whose lives are dedicated to finding better treatments for cancer. We particularly salute all at Cancer Clinical Research Trust (CCRT) led by Prof. John Crown and all the wonderful researchers whose work has been supported by The Caroline Foundation Fellowship over the years…
Join us on Saturday 1st February for a night to remember for Give Us A Song for a wonderful night of music.
The Caroline Foundation and the Cancer Clinical Research Trust are delighted to announce that the ‘Caroline 1 Trial’ for patients with first-line HER2+ MBC will be initiated January 6th 2020.
Calling all choirs, singing groups, friends and work colleagues in every corner of the country to organise a performance in your area – sing songs, shake the buckets and help raise much needed funds for vital cancer research.
An empathic and emotive keynote address by Ireland’s manager, Mick McCarthy, gave voice to the lasting effects the loss of a parent has on a family. His honest and heartwarming words resonated with the guests who like most people in Ireland, know some family member, near or extended, affected by cancer.