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KidneyCAN is a grassroots organization formed by patients and caregivers to support patient advocacy and accelerate kidney cancer research. We advocate for research funding and provide direct financial support of cutting-edge research to better understand, treat, and ultimately cure kidney cancer.

Want to know where your money goes? You can give with confidence. KidneyCAN is highly rated by both Guidestar and Charity Navigator. You can see an overview of our 2021 work here:

We gratefully accept your donations of any size and hope you’ll consider making a recurring gift to KidneyCAN. As little as $25 or $50 a month can make an enormous impact on the work we are able to do to accelerate cures. Thank you for being part of our grassroots army!

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KidneyCAN is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit and does not receive any funding through the Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRP) or KCRP (Kidney Cancer Research Program). Our work is funded by grassroots donors in the kidney cancer community. 

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David and Josie: What Cancer Can’t Take Away from Us

David and Josie: What Cancer Can’t Take Away from Us

David Roy, age 37, lives in Long Beach, California, with his wife, Josie Garcia-Roy. David was was diagnosed in March 2021 with non-clear cell renal cell carcinoma.When Cancer Changes the PlanFor this month's Community Spotlight, KidneyCAN spoke to David Roy and Josie Garcia-Roy, both California...

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Fall Micro-Strike: KidneyCAN Asks Congress to Fund Kidney Cancer Research

Fall Micro-Strike: KidneyCAN Asks Congress to Fund Kidney Cancer Research

Fall Micro-Strike: KidneyCAN Asks Congress to Fund Kidney Cancer ResearchOn Monday, December 1, 2021, KidneyCAN gathered a team of delegates and once again asked Congress to fund kidney cancer research. We are asking for robust funding of the Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs, and...

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David and Josie: What Cancer Can’t Take Away from Us

David and Josie: What Cancer Can’t Take Away from Us

David Roy, age 37, lives in Long Beach, California, with his wife, Josie Garcia-Roy. David was was diagnosed in March 2021 with non-clear cell renal cell carcinoma.When Cancer Changes the PlanFor this month's Community Spotlight, KidneyCAN spoke to David Roy and Josie Garcia-Roy, both California...

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Fall Micro-Strike: KidneyCAN Asks Congress to Fund Kidney Cancer Research

Fall Micro-Strike: KidneyCAN Asks Congress to Fund Kidney Cancer Research

Fall Micro-Strike: KidneyCAN Asks Congress to Fund Kidney Cancer ResearchOn Monday, December 1, 2021, KidneyCAN gathered a team of delegates and once again asked Congress to fund kidney cancer research. We are asking for robust funding of the Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs, and...

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David and Josie: What Cancer Can’t Take Away from Us

David and Josie: What Cancer Can’t Take Away from Us

David Roy, age 37, lives in Long Beach, California, with his wife, Josie Garcia-Roy. David was was diagnosed in March 2021 with non-clear cell renal cell carcinoma.When Cancer Changes the PlanFor this month's Community Spotlight, KidneyCAN spoke to David Roy and Josie Garcia-Roy, both California...