SARC is the only research foundation solely focused on achieving scientific breakthroughs in the treatment of all types of sarcoma. Through collaborative team science initiatives supported by a centralized dedicated research staff, SARC provides researchers access to standardized biorepositories and databases, foundation-sponsored clinical trials, and multiple programs to support and encourage clinical and laboratory research.

SARC is a US-based 501(c)(3) non-profit cancer research organization which leads domestic and international collaborative discovery, translational research, and clinical trials in sarcoma. SARC was formed in 2003 by the sarcoma research community to bring together the best cancer centers and researchers in the world. Among other accomplishments, SARC has completed 21 innovative clinical trials, with six more underway. SARC’s unique ability to promote collaboration and unity among leading sarcoma researchers ensures that “things get done.”

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Why Support SARC?

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Unlike most cancer foundations, SARC directly develops, sponsors, and manages research projects rather than simply providing funding support.

SARC’s Impact


SARC fosters collaborations among the best minds in the sarcoma field, drawing upon resources at different research institutions in the U.S. and globally.



“SARC and our partners are committed to discovering, developing, and delivering the latest and most promising treatments for all types of sarcomas. We are asking for your support to help SARC continue to advance its mission to improve the lives and outcomes of those impacted by sarcoma.”


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