ICRF

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AcronymDefinition
ICRFImperial Cancer Research Fund
ICRFInternational Coalition for Religious Freedom (since 1984; Falls Church, Virginia)
ICRFInternational Celestial Reference Frame
ICRFIsrael Cancer Research Fund
ICRFIon Cyclotron Range of Frequency
ICRFIon Cyclotron Resonance Frequency
ICRFIon Cyclotron Resonant Frequency
ICRFIllinois College Republican Federation
ICRFIndependent Claims Resolution Foundation
ICRFIrrevocable Confirmation of Reserved Funds
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Sir Paul, former head of the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, recently announced he was leaving for a job in New York.
The Imperial Cancer Research Fund is dedicated to the prevention, treatment and cure of all cancers with more than 1,000 doctors and scientists working to find new answers to cancer.
Jack Cuzick of the Imperial Cancer Research Fund of London and his associates.
Scientists from the Imperial Cancer Research Fund are looking for siblings who have suffered from the condition, or are still suffering.
I can't think of anything that we did that would lead someone to that conclusion," says Dennis Wang, who helped direct the Guernsey study for the Imperial Cancer Research Fund in London.
Teams at Stanford and at the Imperial Cancer Research Fund in London are working on this problem.
To mark the occasion in September 1991, national director of finance and fund raising, Seymour Fortescue, presented Redcar and District Friends of the Imperial Cancer Research Fund with a certificate.
Angela Knight, aged 63, of Brinklow Road, Binley, and Eileen Hall, aged 64, of John McGuire Crescent, Ernesford Grange, have been invited to mark the relaunch of Cancer Research UK, a merger of the Cancer Research Campaign and the Imperial Cancer Research Fund.
The Cancer Research Campaign and the Imperial Cancer Research Fund - joining to become Cancer Research UK - have revealed that around 250,000 children get cancer each year.
The Imperial Cancer Research Fund hopes to benefit from a post-Christmas "clothing cull" by collecting the items at its 417 charity shops.