'Stand Up To Cancer' Proceeds to Go to Groundbreaking Research

The majority of the money that will be distributed to the teams was raised during last September's unprecedented collaboration between the three major networks, all of which donated one hour of simultaneous commercial-free prime time in an effort to raise money.

The broadcast, which featured live performances by recording artists, television and film stars and the evening news anchors from each of the networks, garnered donations from corporate and organizational donors, philanthropists, volunteer teams and the general public.

Stand Up To Cancer's next round of funding -- innovative research grants for individual investigators -- will be announced later this year.

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