The Lundin Cancer Fund was created in honour of Mr. Lukas Lundin who died from glioblastoma, a form of brain cancer, in 2022. Lukas Lundin was head of the Lundin Group of Companies, a leading force in the mining and oil and gas industries. Entrepreneurial, and always adventurous, he was passionate about the resource industry and its power to transform lives. During the course of his illness, it was recognized that there was a considerable lack of awareness and treatment of various types of cancers, particularly brain cancers, as well as a lack of funding of clinical trials and new innovative research. He and his family wanted to change that. The goals of the fund are as follows: - To fund brain and other cancer treatment and research, the Lundin family and KBF CANADA established the Lundin Cancer Fund at KBF CANADA. - To encourage international collaboration and sharing of scientific data.