About Campaign

ends 11 Feb 2023, 11:59 PM
The global cancer burden continues to increase with estimates of 19.3 million new cancer cases and 10 million cancer deaths worldwide in 2020 (http://bit.ly/3HB1KfL). In Singapore, cancer is the number one cause of death, accounting for almost 1 in 3 deaths in the total population. As life expectancy grows, cancer is becoming an increasingly serious health problem and action must be taken to reduce the burden of this disease.

The faculty, research staff and students who work at the Cancer Science Institute Singapore (CSI Singapore), the National University Cancer Institute (NCIS) and the NUS Centre for Cancer Research (N2CR) are proud to be active members of a vibrant global cancer research community. Research is a continuous effort, and it is vital that research funding continues. In support of this, CSI Singapore, NCIS and N2CR are jointly organising CanCycle 2023, a cyclethon fundraiser to raise funds and awareness for the research work done in the lab that will ultimately translate to better care and treatment for cancer patients.

In the spirit of giving, we ask you to join us by getting out your bicycles and cycling for cancer, as well as to raise philanthropic support. When you make a gift, you are part of the cutting-edge research breakthroughs that will pave the way to the end of cancer disease as we know it.

(NOTE: Funds received on this page will go towards CSI Singapore, NCIS and N2CR Cancer Research Fund for the purpose of cancer research)

About the Charity

The National University of Singapore (NUS) aspires to be a vital community of academics, researchers, staff, students and alumni working together in the spirit of innovation and enterprise for a better world.

Our singular focus on talent will be the cornerstone of a truly great university that is dedicated to quality education, influential research and visionary enterprise, in service of country and society.

For more information on NUS, please visit www.nus.edu.sg.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.