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New Report to be Released: Cross-Sector Strategies for Childhood Cancer Prevention

By Guest Blogger, CAC2 Member Jonathan Agin (Max Cure Foundation) I frequently speak of viewing childhood cancer like a bicycle wheel with multiple spokes emanating from the hub in the center.  Each spoke represents a problem or area of focus:  drug development, psychosocial care, early detection, survivorship, research funding, access to treatment, [...]
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#Moonshot4Kids

CAC2 Member blogger Janet Demeter (Jack's Angels) Did you know that brain cancer is the leading cause of death in children with cancer?  It’s also one of the least-funded areas of cancer research.  DIPG, diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, is perhaps the deadliest of them all.  The experience of DIPG is [...]
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Except for Tissue

By Guest Blogger, CAC2 Student Member Nikki Lyons I always knew I wanted to be a scientist. This meant that when I was younger, I loved watching movies and shows featuring some scientific aspect. Their endless supplies of anything they could possibly need, the sparks of brilliance and the immediacy […]

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