Joaquín Martínez, Head of the CRIS Unit for Haematological Tumours participates in two leading trials against coronavirus.    CRIS Cancer Foundation knows how vital research is to make advances to cure diseases and so is supporting two clinical trials in the fight against coronavirus. We do so by making available the use of the CRIS Haematology Tumour Unit at 12 October University Hospital,

  The coronavirus infection has disrupted our daily lives and, despite the flood of information that we are receiving from different sources, it is inevitable that certain anxieties arise about how to take care of ourselves. This is especially true for people with cancer or those who have received or are currently receiving treatments. What extra measures should these cancer patients and their families be taking?      The coronavirus, like all other viruses, needs to

Six cancer patients show us how to live with the current ‘anti Coronavirus’ measures that are in place and tell us why it is important to continue scientific research.    Due to the fragility of their immune system  caused by chemotherapy or radiotherapy, cancer patients are used to the measures implemented and are confident: “Together we will overcome it.”  “In research, we give life to patients with Coronavirus, cancer and

  Dear CRIS supporters!    To those who don’t know me, I am Lola Manterola, President of CRIS Cancer Foundation and I have cancer. I have been in isolation with my family for the last two weeks.   Yet, even isolated, we feel closer than ever with our friends, extended family, our community. We all care about each

  Intrepid adventurer Garrett recently returned from the furthest reaches of the South Pole, where he joined the Headsouth Challenge team on an incredible sponsored expedition. Together, they braved extreme weather conditions, severe altitude sickness and many more challenges to raise much-needed funds for cancer research.       Here’s Garrett’s story.    As the rest of the UK

Our wonderful CRIS volunteers help us fund the incredible life-saving research projects that are making such a difference in the fight against cancer. To make World Cancer Day, we wanted to share with you just some of their stories. Will you join them, and be one more?      That’s why 95% of the money

This World Cancer Day, find out more about how our research projects are revolutionising cancer therapies and saving lives.   Here at CRIS, we know that investing in research is the only way we can hope to beat cancer.    That’s why 95% of the money we raise goes straight into projects across the UK

      ONE.     It might sound small, but ONE is a beginning.     Add ONE MORE, and you’ve got a story. Add ONE MORE, and you’re on your way.     At CRIS, we believe two things: that every One is important, and that research is the ONLY way to beat cancer.    That’s

This World Cancer Day, we’re asking you to pledge your support and join us in our fight against cancer. From making a regular or one-off donation to arranging a fundraising event, there are lots of ways you can help. Will you raise your hand and be one more?   At CRIS, an incredible 95% of

Paul Workman, president and CEO of the Institute of Cancer Research in London: “The world for cancer patients will be very different over the next 20 years thanks to immunotherapy”.     CRIS Cancer Foundation operates in three countries: Spain, France and the United Kingdom. Each entity operates autonomously, but we all work together with a