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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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Biotech: The High Stakes Table of Entrepreneurship

April 9, 2012

I recently came across this article on Forbes about the high stakes of investing in biotechnology within the context of entrepreneurship. Frankly, I couldn’t agree more. While the focus is primarily on the treatment […]

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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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Let’s Ride!

March 28, 2012

John Novitsky is a Canary Challenge rider and volunteer, as well as a supporter of the Canary Foundation. In this video, John shares his motivation for participating in the Canary […]

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Rally Your Team for the Canary Challenge!

March 8, 2012

Dr. Fred Chin, Head of Cyclotron Radiochemistry at Stanford University Medical Center & Canary Challenge Rider, extends his passion for early cancer detection research beyond the lab, fundraising and promoting […]

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The Role of a Postdoc Researcher in the Lab

March 5, 2012

Majlinda Kullolli is a Postdoc research fellow in Dr. Sharon Pitteri’s lab at the Canary Center at Stanford University. In this interview, Majlinda shares what the role of a Postdoc […]

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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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Joining the Fight Against Breast Cancer

February 8, 2012

Currently, a woman living in the U.S. has a 12.1% risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer — that’s 1 out of 8 women. Think about 8 women you know; […]

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Discovering Biomarkers for Early Cancer Detection (Whiteboard Video)

February 5, 2012

Canary Foundation is working toward simple blood tests and molecular imaging techniques that detect cancer at an early stage when it is most treatable and when a cure is most […]

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Canary Cares Profile: Dale Jantzen

January 24, 2012

Dale Jantzen is a board member and long-time supporter of Canary Foundation. Through the years, Dale has been actively involved with our organization in many different capacities; as a donor, […]

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Interview with Susan Conley, Author and Breast Cancer Survivor

January 10, 2012

Susan Conley is the author of The Foremost Good Fortune, and cofounder of The Telling Room, a nonprofit creative writing center for students aged six to eighteen. Susan is the […]

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Happy New Year from Canary Foundation!

January 2, 2012

Canary Foundation is incredibly grateful for the support of our friends, colleagues, and greater community. As we continue to work towards our goal of delivering early detection tests for solid […]

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Meet Don Listwin, Founder & Chairman of Canary Foundation

December 21, 2011

Don Listwin is the Founder & Chairman of  Canary Foundation. In this video interview, Don shares his inspiration for starting Canary, his vision for the future, and the exciting scientific progress […]

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Welcome to the Canary Blog: Starting the Conversation

December 12, 2011

As Executive Director, I’d like to welcome you to discover and explore the brand new Canary Foundation website and blog. Over the last few months, we’ve been rediscovering our values, […]

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Vardy’s Jewelers Celebrates 30 Years

October 28, 2011

Please join us in congratulating Vardy’s, a good friend of Canary Foundation for many years now, as they celebrate their 30th anniversary! They have a beautiful shop in Cupertino not […]

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Canary Researchers identify a recurrent fusion transcript that could provide a molecular marker for detection of ovarian cancer.

October 15, 2011

Most ovarian cancer deaths are caused by tumors of the serous histological type, which is rarely diagnosed before it has spread. By deep paired-end sequencing of mRNA from serous ovarian […]

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