The foundation that was created to support the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas will go out of business within 60 days, the foundation’s officials told legislators Tuesday.
“At this point, the mission of this organization is to dissolve and go away,” said Jennifer Stevens, executive director of what was known as the CPRIT Foundation before it changed its name last month to the Texas Cancer Coalition.
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CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story misstated Craig Enoch’s relationship to the foundation that supports CPRIT. He is the attorney for the foundation, not for the executive director.