A cure for brain cancer in 10 years

Our Strategy

We strive to improve the quality of life and increase the life expectancy of people diagnosed with brain cancer by funding promising research that creates more diagnostics and treatments for patients.

TYPE
  • Biomarkers
  • Drugs
  • Genomics
  • Imaging
  • Immunotherapies
  • Stem Cells
  • Vaccines
  • Other
PERCENT
  • 3.43%
  • 26.48%
  • 21.43%
  • 19.75%
  • 5.65%
  • 7.94%
  • 6.96%
  • 8.36%

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Patient Story

John Barrows

Brain cancer completely turned John Barrows’ world upside down but The Ben and Catherine Ivy Foundation’s partnership with Dr. Greg Foltz led to progress in finding a cure for this devastating disease.

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A Message from Catherine Ivy

The Ivy Foundation has the long-term, ultimate goal to cure brain cancer. To that end, we fund cutting-edge research that will improve diagnostics and treatment options for patients with brain cancer. Since 2005, we’ve committed more than $91 million to brain tumor research, with the expectation that this will lead to an eventual cure. We are dedicated to this effort because funding leads to answers, and answers lead to hope.

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