The Bauer Research Foundation (BRF) was founded in 2009 by Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Center Staff Alumnus, Joseph A. Bauer, Ph.D. as a result of a generous gift from Bob Reuter (Reuter Foundation), a Cleveland, Ohio entrepreneur and successful businessman dedicated to "giving back" to the community through a grass roots "rubber-hits-the-road" approach to philanthropy. Without the support of Bob Reuter, the BRF would not have been a reality.
The focus of the BRF is in these main areas:
1) Equitable drug design: The BRF is committed to developing new therapies, especially designed to treat cancer in pets but also to benefit people as well.
2) Animal Welfare: The BRF is committed to raise to consciousness the need to honor laboratory companion animals and promote their transition to loving homes.
3) Helping Hand: The BRF is committed to providing a helping-hand as an information resource to animal parents that have pets with cancer. The BRF has responded to more than 2500 inquiries since its inception.
4) Promoting the Human-Animal Bond: We are committed to raise to consciousness to veterinary professionals that the human-animal bond between pet-parent and their pet must be paramount in providing care to our pets.
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