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Wills and bequests

By means of a will, you can settle your estate in accordance with your wishes and moral values and do some good beyond your lifetime. It is important that you decide for yourself how your legacy is passed on. If you want your assets to go towards a charitable organization whose work you appreciate, then you should at all events make a will. In this way, you can arrange for your assets to be settled later on as you see fit. You have various options for considering the Swiss Group for Clinical Cancer Research in your will. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you are considering such a step and are uncertain how to go about it.

With a bequest to the Swiss Group for Clinical Cancer Research you can some good beyond the immediate circle of your nearest and dearest – for example, offering the chance for a healthy life to people with cancer or helping to make sure that ever fewer people fall sick with cancer in the first place. For legacies and bequests facilitate an important part of the work of the Swiss Group for Clinical Cancer Research, and it is thanks in part to these gifts that Switzerland occupies a leading position worldwide in the fight against cancer.


Quality and transparency of our cancer research projects

Our donors and sponsors place their trust in us. We aim to live up to their expectations and remain committed at all times to the highest possible quality of our research projects. Our clinical trial activities are regularly audited by the following bodies:

  • State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI), Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research (EAER)
  • Swiss Agency for Therapeutic Products Swissmedic
  • Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH)
  • Swissethics, Swiss ethics committees for research in humans
  • Regional ethics committees
  • Scientific advisory council of SAKK with international independent experts