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Interview with Dr. Ranjit Bindra for Sarcoma Awareness Month

Interview with Dr. Ranjit Bindra for Sarcoma Awareness Month

To celebrate Sarcoma Awareness Month, we asked Young Investigator recipient, Dr. Ranjit Bindra, about his work identifying novel targeted drugs for a sub-type of rhabdomyosarcoma, called alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma (ARMS). Q. What kind of research are you doing...
How to Celebrate Sarcoma Awareness Month

How to Celebrate Sarcoma Awareness Month

At CureSearch, our goal is to find a cure for children’s cancer, especially the more than 50 types of sarcoma that affect around 900 children each year. That’s why we’re celebrating Sarcoma Awareness Month. To help us raise awareness about sarcoma,...
Help Save the Superheroes Battling Children’s Cancer

Help Save the Superheroes Battling Children’s Cancer

Superman once said, “You’re much stronger than you think you are. Trust me.” That’s what we think about the more than 15,000 superheroes who are battling cancer each year. These superheroes, like Madison Garrett and Tate Hartzler, are battling...
Help End Children’s Cancer By Sharing Their Dream Photos

Help End Children’s Cancer By Sharing Their Dream Photos

“When I grow up I want to be a ballerina, or a firefighter, or President of the United States.” As young children, we’ve all said these same words while playing make-believe and dreaming about our future. Now that we’re adults, it’s nice...
The 7 Most Asked Questions of a Children’s Cancer Nurse

The 7 Most Asked Questions of a Children’s Cancer Nurse

Getty + Phil Boorman (netdocktor.co.uk) – Every cancer diagnosis is difficult, but few things are more harrowing and frightening than hearing your child has cancer. It will come as a devastating blow to parents, siblings and other family members and you will...
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