Why ACGT’s Work Matters More Than Ever – A Look At Glioblastoma After John McCain’s Passing

  • | Aug 30 2018 |

By Margaret C. Cianci

As many of you know, elder statesman Senator John McCain passed away this week at age 81 after his last battle – this one against glioblastoma, an insidious type of brain cancer.

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The Importance of Philanthropy in Our Fight Against Cancer

  • | Apr 23 2014 |

Progress in the war against cancer involves so many dimensions – the ingenuity and dedication of physicians and oncologists, new and improved technologies for battling the disease, and proper funding to accelerate our research and make for more functional laboratories.

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Fun Fundraising

  • | Apr 09 2014 |

In a recent article in the New York Times, Arthur Brooks discusses why giving back can lead to happiness and the power that comes from “investing one’s own time, talent and treasure.”

ACGT has been the recipient of many of these acts of giving and we are so grateful to all of our donors including our recent young philanthropists. 

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