We were founded by researchers, physicians and entrepreneurs committed to improving the cancer research pipeline.
We promote breakthroughs and advocate for patients to receive effective and safer cancer treatments. We assist in radically effective innovations that are artificially stalled in the research pipeline because of legacy procurement and funding operations.
Drea Burbank, MD-technologist
“DC4C is the most promising new cancer-funding I have seen in a decade. Like high-tech, it uses nimble funding mechanisms. This means has the potential to radically improve the drug-discovery pipeline and foster true innovation in medical research institutions.”
The Non Profit Team
Janine Shore is an entrepreneur-philanthropist dedicated to improving the cancer research pipeline. A former entertainment industry executive, Janine has 10+ years experience in medical affairs, a wide-ranging network in the arts, and a BS in Communications from Boston University. After witnessing her mother lose a battle to cancer she founded DC4C to help source effective cures.
Nicholas Buzzell is a business development expert with a background in biotech marketing. With an incisive mind, and a knack for advertising Nick is the secret behind DC4Cs success. Nicholas got his start in the construction industry and applies pragmatic project management to funding novel cures on the drug development pipeline. He’s passionate about bringing a fresh approach to cancer research.
Dr. Ronald Shore and Dr. Joseph Fox are physicians who lost their wives to cancer and have united efforts for early detection and treatment of cancer. Dr. Shore is a dermatologist whose cancer screening program has achieved 100% survival of program participants. Dr. Fox is a podiatrist who has served as consultant to the United Nations on global health issues.
Ronald Shore MD & Joseph Fox MD
Professor Michio Kaku is an American theoretical physicist, futurist, and popularizer of science. A professor of theoretical physics at the City College of New York and CUNY Graduate Center. He frequently speaks on radio, film, and television, and via books, blogs and articles.