Cassidy Spencer, Pituitary Germinoma

Cassidy Spencer, Pituitary Germinoma

14 Years Old at Diagnosis In hindsight, the first sign of Cassidy’s pituitary germinoma was evident years before diagnosis. As a seventh grader, Cassidy was short – not even “on-the-growth chart” short. Cassidy’s parents were concerned with her...
You’re Invited to #ReviveYourResolution With CureSearch Today

You’re Invited to #ReviveYourResolution With CureSearch Today

Last month, many of us made New Year’s resolutions to get active, start positive new habits, and give back—but by this time of year we may have already started to slip. Does your resolution need a little boost? At CureSearch, we have two exciting programs that...
FDA Approves First Therapy for High-Risk Neuroblastoma

FDA Approves First Therapy for High-Risk Neuroblastoma

(FDA.gov) – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved Unituxin (dinutuximab) as part of first-line therapy for pediatric patients with high-risk neuroblastoma, a type of cancer that most often occurs in young children. Neuroblastoma is a rare cancer...
The Nick Currey Fund at CureSearch Nearing $1M Mark

The Nick Currey Fund at CureSearch Nearing $1M Mark

The legacy of Nick Currey is as vibrant as ever due to the tremendous efforts of his family, friends and supporters of the Nick Currey Fund, who have raised more than $920,000 since Nick passed in 2005. Nick’s fighting spirit lives on through the Fund’s...
Support Childhood Cancer Research with Your Taxes in Missouri

Support Childhood Cancer Research with Your Taxes in Missouri

(KFVS12 News ) – Amy Aldridge, the mother of Sahara Aldridge who passed in 2007 after a 17 month battle with a cancerous brain tumor, wanted to find a way to honor her daughter while making a difference in the fight against pediatric cancer. So, she and her...
CureSearch Announces New Scientific Advisory Council Chair

CureSearch Announces New Scientific Advisory Council Chair

Contact: Laurie Kelly National Director, Communications (240) 235-2204 | laurie.kelly@curesearch.org February 17, 2015 CureSearch announced today the appointment of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Department of Pediatrics Chair, Dr. Richard J. O’Reilly, as...
The Story Behind Our New Logo

The Story Behind Our New Logo

In October 2012 CureSearch for Children’s Cancer was primarily funding pediatric cancer trials. Here’s how we identified ourselves back then: Over the last two years CureSearch has reinvented itself. We created a new identity, a new research agenda, and...
Top 10 Medical Research Issues and Trends to Watch in 2015

Top 10 Medical Research Issues and Trends to Watch in 2015

Our friends at FasterCures prepared this list of the top 10 medical research issues and trends to watch in 2015, first appearing in The Huffington Post. Each one of these issues impacts children with cancer. (Huffington Post) – At FasterCures, we are always...
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