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CHARITY EVENTS

02/08/2016
The IV charity dash in aid of the fight against cancer in memorial of Vicente Estellés and on behalf of INCLIVA is a success

The funds are destined for research into breast cancer in young women.

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14/07/2016
The Elche Region Association of Women Affected by Breast Cancer donates six thousand euros to INCLIVA for research into Triple Negative Breast cancer

The Elche Region Association of Women Affected by Breast Cancer (A.M.A.C.M.E.C) meets the oncologist Ana Luch and the INCLIVA Scientific Director, Josep Redón. Consuelo García, President of the Association, Susana Pomares and Maria Ángeles Pastor also attended.

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08/06/2016
The employees and customers of SANTA LUCIA select INCLIVA in their social action campaign

The campaign “You Choose Who We Help” supports social projects related to family protection. Clients and employees at the insurer voted for 10 projects focused on research and providing support for people with diseases and disabilities.

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09/05/2016
The Galician initiative “Nico against cancer” helps INCLIVA to research childhood tumors.

After collaborating with Dr. Noguera on the successful Precipita crowdfunding project, the group will now donate an additional ten thousand euros.

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12/04/2016
AECC VALENCIA DONATES ‘EVEREST’S HEIGHT IN EUROS’ TO INCLIVA TO RESEARCH MELANOMA

The 8,848 euros collected come from the joint charity initiative imagined by the company Spania GTA and the Valencian Javier Oliver who cycled for 13 hours straight to reach the peak of Mont Ventoux in France six consecutive times. The research will focus on studying genes that influence the development of metastases in melanoma. 

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02/02/2016
INCLIVA formalizes its collaboration with Garmitxa to investigate a rare disease that impedes food ingestion

Garmitxa is a Basque association that raises funds to investigate a rare disease that prevents the normal ingestion of food. Six children have been officially diagnosed with the disease in Spain, four of them in the Basque Country. Exomes, about 60 million DNA bases each, from each patient and their family members are being sequenced to identify genetic variations or mutations in this disease.

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