CT contributes to spinal cord cancer research.

As part of its ongoing commitment to cancer research and prevention, CT has been actively supporting the Blanca Morell Foundation since 2021. This strategic partnership underlines CT’s dedication to corporate social responsibility and its focus on addressing one of oncology’s most formidable challenges: spinal cord cancer.

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08 Feb 2024

The Blanca Morell Foundation, a non-profit organisation, is devoted to enhancing research, prevention, and offering ongoing assistance to individuals affected by spinal cord tumours. This type of cancer usually presents its initial symptoms around the age of 33, underscoring the foundation’s critical role in supporting research that could bring hope and potential solutions to patients at such a young age.

CT’s involvement extends beyond financial support as a Sponsor, as it also participates actively in the governance of the Foundation through its Chair, Jesús Prieto, who is a member of the Board of Trustees. This board plays a crucial role in regulating and directing the foundation’s activities and projects.

Throughout the year, the Blanca Morell Foundation organises a series of scientific, cultural and sporting events. These initiatives not only seek to raise funds and awareness of the disease, but also to build a supportive community around those affected by spinal cord cancer.

With CT’s backing and the broader community’s support, the Blanca Morell Foundation continues to make progress in the battle against spinal cord cancer, offering hope and assistance to those in greatest need.

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