Stopping Cancer Early – The Best Possible Investment


Canary Challenge Featured Rider: Jonathan Chow

August 4, 2014

By: Shannon Boselli, Canary Foundation Intern Like most Americans living in the 21st century, Jonathan Chow has been personally affected by cancer. His sister in law Lisa was recently diagnosed with […]

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Canary Challenge Team Highlight: Canary Peeps

July 23, 2014

By: Shannon Boselli, Canary Foundation Intern As we begin to highlight outstanding Canary Challenge riders on our blog, we instantly knew a post would have to be about Hilary Valentine, our […]

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Featured Rider: Joan Deitchman and Race Across America

July 1, 2014

By: Shannon Boselli, Canary Foundation Intern Joan Deitchman, a Senior Software Engineer at Netflix, has raised over $6,000 for the Canary Center at Stanford through her 3,000-mile bicycle race called Race […]

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Canary Challenge Partners with Beeline Bikes Mobile Repair Service

June 25, 2014

Beeline Bikes, a mobile bicycle repair, has become the official mechanical support for the Canary Challenge. Beeline Bikes will provide the mechanical support in the Canary Challenge Village and will […]

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The Canary Prostate Cancer Team Wins Department of Defense (DoD) Prostate Cancer Research Program’s Biomarker Development Award

April 30, 2014

The Canary Prostate Cancer team, under the leadership of Dr. Dan Lin (University of Washington) and Dr. Jesse McKenney (Cleveland Clinic), received notice that they are the winning team for […]

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Announcing – registration open!

March 2, 2019

  Many of you know, Canary Foundation believes in collaborations, including partnerships we have fostered on a global level. So this is to announce that registration is open for this […]

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Project Baseline aims to map human health

February 3, 2019

What if we could view changes in the body earlier than early to warn of possible disease? That is the aim of Project Baseline, to map human health. The New York […]

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Early Cancer Detection Update for National Cancer Institute and National Institute of Health

November 29, 2012

The National Cancer Institute, under the National Institute of Health, plays a crucial role in cancer research throughout the United States. As the nation’s “investment in cancer,” NCI has quite […]

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Founders Expedite Change

October 30, 2012

Founders of nonprofit organizations are motivated to make a big difference where they see a problem in society. They come to understand there is a great need that only a […]

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What Will Cancer Early Detection Look Like?

September 18, 2012

Co- authored by Abbie Lieberman. Imagine the year is 2030. Jane Doe has been feeling under the weather and is experiencing unfamiliar stomach pain. Her doctor sends her a portable, […]

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How Long Have We Been Plagued by Cancer?

August 13, 2012

Written by guest blogger and Canary Intern Abbie Lieberman, who researched and wrote this brief history. Although there has been a surge in the prevalence of cancer in recent decades, […]

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The Stanford Dish and Cancer Detection Connection

July 18, 2012

Co- authored by Abbie Lieberman. Most of us who live or spend time on the San Francisco peninsula are familiar with the Stanford dish. The Dish, visible off interstate 280 […]

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Slow & Fresh: World Renowned Bay Area Chefs Cook Together for Canary

June 22, 2012

On June 3, four outstanding Bay Area chefs prepared fresh fare for supporters gathered for dinner and an update on scientific research at a private event for Canary Foundation. Led […]

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The Founder’s Fund

May 15, 2012

Silicon Valley is famous for its ability to take an existing idea or product and revolutionize it, making it better, cheaper, and more accessible to the public. Canary Foundation’s Founder, […]

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Highlights from the 8th Annual Early Detection Symposium 2012

May 7, 2012

Canary Foundation held the Eighth Annual Early Detection Symposium at Stanford University on May 1, 2012. Nearly 200 participants came together to share their successes, challenges, and visions for the field […]

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Collaboration & Innovation: 8th Annual Early Detection Symposium

April 6, 2012

At Canary Foundation, one of the core values that drives our organization is collaboration. We believe that our collective impact is greater than our individual contributions; as a result, we are […]

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Early Cancer Detection Research at Canary Center New Horizon: Move to Porter Drive

August 24, 2012

Here at the Canary Center, we’re greatly looking forward to moving to the new Porter Drive facility in summer 2013. The necessity of growing the Canary Center has been in […]

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Why I Chose Early Detection Research at the Canary Center

February 28, 2012

As a scientist, I knew early in my career that I wanted to focus on research that would affect human health and suffering. In 2012, I joined the team at […]

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