As an individual

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Can you make a difference as an individual? Research budgets seem huge. And people often wonder if their support makes a real difference. Of course it does!


In 2016, we highlighted BIG Time for Baby. The total budget of this study amounts to over € 7 million and will involve 500 patients for a period of ten years. The participation of one patient costs about € 14,000. This equals € 30 per week. If one person supports one week of participation, another one another week and so on… the budget can be largely supported by individual donors.

Think about the impact. Every year, over 100,000 young women could benefit from the conclusions and have the opportunity to safely try to have a baby. Every donation counts. Every action makes a difference.

BIG transforms the lives of breast cancer patients through research, but we can’t do it without you. Our researchers need your support to achieve better treatments and cures.
Help us make a difference.

Investing in a future without breast cancer

BIG is a credible partner who values scientific excellence and transparency, reflecting our commitment to accountability and social responsibility.

Over the last five years, we invested over € 60,000,000 - that is 94.5% of BIG's income - in breast cancer research, making a huge difference in the lives of the patients we serve.

Make a BIG difference in the lives of the patients we serve.
Support breast cancer research and help save lives.

Helping patients from all over the world

Our mission is to facilitate and accelerate breast cancer research at an international level. We are proud to be both global and local, helping breast cancer patients from all over the world.

Dr. Fabrice André: "In the future, clinical trials will be more and more complex and difficult to run. That’s why BIG’s research is so important; we will have to put into place ever more international collaborations to be able to conduct high quality research".

The craziest thing we can do is nothing.
Join us today and make a BIG difference in the lives of the patients we serve.