We’re out to fundamentally change the way drugs are developed and, in the process, make better drugs. And we’ll share what we learn openly, with everyone.
Pink Army, then, is the first DIY drug company. It‘s a container that allows people interested in tackling cancer to connect and focus their passion, skills, and other resources. It takes cancer — a field that has mushroomed to become a vastly complex global R&D enterprise — and reduces it to an easy-to-understand, manageable task: finding better ways to analyze and treat just one person; ways that can connect experts and resources no matter where they are in the world, ways that are safe, and ways that can scale and become more affordable as they do.