Email Address for the ICRF

Written by Webster Kehr, Independent Cancer Research Foundation, Inc. | Last updated on | Filed under: Uncategorized

Emailing the Independent Cancer Research Foundation

This article will tell you how to email the ICRF cancer researchers.

But first we are aware than in many cases someone in the family of a cancer patient, who wishes to use natural cancer treatments, worships orthodox medicine and strongly opposes the use of natural medicine.

For such naysayers have them read this article:
Article: Why Everything You Know About Cancer is Wrong

When you send an email to individuals who receive THOUSANDS of emails every year, we have to do things to lower the number of emails and to tell patients things they may not think to ask, yet are very important!!

So before you send us an email please read two key articles, which were written by two different people so there may be some overlap.

First, read the “First Email” article:
First Email article

Second, read the “Common Questions” article, which was written by a different person, so it also may answer your question:
Common Questions Article

Third, please be as brief as possible when sending an email. We already know what cancer is. We need to know what kind of cancer you have, where has it spread, what treatments you have used (orthodox or natural) and other relevant information.

Fourth, When you reply to our emails, always click “REPLY”, do NOT create a new email. We need to see all of our prior correspondence every time.

Here is the ICRF email address (the address is camouflaged to avoid web crawlers):


Webster Kehr Email