On Thursday, December 1, Laura Thrall, CEO, CureSearch for Children’s Cancer, appeared on Childhood Cancer Talk Radio. Childhood Cancer Talk Radio provides a powerful voice of hope in the advocacy/activist movement for children with cancer by discussing real experiences, advocacy news, developments in research and more.read more
In 2005, Nick Currey lost his life to Ewing sarcoma, a cancer of the bone (and at times, soft tissue). He was only 19 years old. His parents, Nancy and Ralph Currey, established the Nick Currey Fund in his memory to help fund new and improved therapies for Ewing...read more
CureSearch for Children’s Cancer awarded a total of $1.26M to a leading pediatric cancer researcher for the Acceleration Initiative 3 Grand Challenge Award. Selected from 33 competitive applicants from the US and Canada, the winning research proposal will address critical challenges in pediatric cancer treatments and accelerate the discovery of clinical biomarkers to be used to inform diagnosis and treatment.read more
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Among adults, less than 5% of those with cancer are enrolled in clinical trials. Yet for children, more than 60% of those with cancer participate in some form of clinical trial. CureSearch supports clinical trials that show promise in making a difference for children with cancer, today.