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1980 – Scientific Advisory Board

With advanced in research, cure rates start to rise and community involvement begins to spread. Special fundraising event multiplies and the amount of funding to childhood cancer research increases substantially.

In response to growth, The MACC Fund decides to create a Scientific Advisory Board to ensure the institutional mission. �� The Scientific Advisory board is tasked with carefully evaluating the work of the researcher and clinicians that are supported by the MACC Fund, conducting site reviews of the research facilities biennially, giving advice on new funding programs and policies, and reviewing grants for research outside of our primary beneficiary locations.

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