Cancer Research Stamp

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Breast Cancer Research Stamp
... The breast cancer research stamp (BCRS) is a semi-postal non-denominated postage stamp issued by the United States Postal Service, priced in 2011 as eleven cents higher than the standard first-cl ... surplus above the price of the first-class stamp is collected by the United States Postal Service (USPS) and allocated to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Department of ... If a person used this stamp exclusively, and mailed one letter per day for a year, the resulting donation would amount to US $40 ...
Breast Cancer Research Stamp - Program Accomplishments and Outcomes
... As Breast Cancer Research Stamp revenues become available to the CDMRP, the funds are applied to Idea Awards under negotiation at the time ... In FY07, the stamp funds began funding Synergistic Idea Awards also ... Awards are intended to encourage innovative approaches to breast cancer research and are a backbone of the BCRP's portfolio of awards ...

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