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SponsorAustralian Cancer Research Foundation
Intended useInformation about cancer
Registry websitehome.cancerresearch

The top level domain .cancerresearch, is facilitated by the Australian Cancer Research Foundation.[1] The focus of .cancerresearch is to bring together news, information and leading opinions on cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and cure.[2]

On 15 May 2014, ICANN and Australian Cancer Research Foundation entered into a Registry Agreement under which Australian Cancer Research Foundation operates the .cancerresearch top-level domain.[3]


  1. ^ Sjöberg, Lore (18 June 2012). "Alt Text: Stupid New Domain Names and What They Really Mean for the Web". Wired. Retrieved 17 February 2016.
  2. ^ Francis, Hannah (4 February 2015). "Cancer research goes digital with top-level domain". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 17 February 2016.
  3. ^ ".cancerresearch Registry Agreement". Retrieved 10 June 2018.