Reliable Cancer Therapies
Reliable Cancer Therapies (RCT) is a Swiss non-profit association founded in 2009 by Luc Verelst, and funded exclusively with private capital.
In 2013, international research projects and activities on new cancer treatments and on helping patients getting information on treatment options, were transferred to a new Belgian-based research foundation: the Anticancer Fund. Both organisations, Reliable Cancer Therapies and the Anticancer Fund, co-exist and have the same mission, vision, values, and founder.
In Switzerland, foundations that pursue 'public utility' objectives are exempt from tax. Reliable Cancer Therapies has received an official exemption from the Valais State Tax Office, following verification by the tax authorities. The foundation is also supervised by the ASF, l'Autorité de Surveillance des Fondations Suisse. This means that donations to Reliable Cancer Therapies are entirely dedicated to the fight against cancer.
Reliable Cancer Therapies: 1936 Verbier - Switzerland
Representative Office the Anticancer Fund: 1860 Meise - Belgium