Cooper Rice-Brading Foundation
The Cooper Rice-Brading Foundation provides funding for the critical research required to change the current trajectory for young patients, living with a sarcoma diagnosis.
Sarcoma has not seen a change in mortality for almost forty years, and is now classed among those childhood/young adult cancers with the worst outcomes for survival.
The Cooper Rice-Brading Foundation (CRBF) aims to provide the long-term funding required to find a cure for sarcoma, to increase awareness to promote early diagnosis, and to provide support and guidance to patients and families throughout treatment and beyond.
CRBF will utilise the vast knowledge and reach of our Board members, work with government agencies, research facilities such as the Garvan Institute oF Medical Research, sarcoma Foundations/charities, together with organisations such as The Australian Cancer Research Foundation, The Children's Cancer Institute of Australia and the Australia & New Zealand Sarcoma Association, to enhance the team approach required to solve the answers to the questions, currently eluding our most brilliant medical minds.