The Lynn Sage Foundation believes innovative research is the key to improving the lives of those diagnosed with breast cancer. The Foundation exclusively funds the Lynn Sage Scholars Program, supporting some of the country’s most promising young researchers in the field of breast cancer.
A non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization supporting researchers at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, The Lynn Sage Foundation focuses its seed funding where it can have the greatest impact. The Lynn Sage Scholars Program is dedicated to pioneering, young doctors investigating novel approaches to the prevention, detection and treatment of breast cancer.
Sisters, Laura & Halee Sage, established The Lynn Sage Foundation in honor of their mother who died from breast cancer at the young age of 39. To date, the Lynn Sage Scholars Program has invested $2.11 million to improve outcomes for all men and women diagnosed with breast cancer.
Learn more about The Lynn Sage Foundation HERE.