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Transformative science requires visionary philanthropy
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In our model, funding and science work together. Philanthropic funds are fortified: each donor dollar is highly leveraged for maximum impact for the benefit of patients. Funds directly fuel scientific discoveries and clinical trials. They support our in-house teams to accelerate the science at every step. When we’re successful, revenue returns flow back into the PICI system and our research priorities. The result: treatments for patients and reinvestment into our research model. Learn about our mission and vision.
Sean Parker launched PICI and catalyzed our significant, early successes, transforming cancer research and treatment. Yet, long-term progress isn’t sustained through the efforts of just one individual or one institution. It takes many to truly accelerate the field and shift the paradigm. PICI is poised on the threshold of the next big breakthroughs in cancer immunotherapy. For us to truly hack cancer, we need additional visionary philanthropists to bring future discoveries and cures to patients more rapidly. Together, we can make all cancers curable.
Jeffrey Bluestone, PhD | Vice Chair, Board of Directors
We need the support of committed partners and philanthropists who share in our vision and belief that curing cancer in our lifetime can be a reality.
For advice on how you can make an impact, please contact Jennifer Haslip, Vice President of Communications, or call 628.899.7603.
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Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy
1 Letterman Drive, Suite D3500
San Francisco, CA 94129
Gifts of all amounts are welcomed and appreciated. PICI is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit research organization. Donations to PICI are tax deductible to the extent allowed by the law.