Posted: December 5, 2016
For Immediate Release
Chief Development and Communications Officer
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Bethesda, Md – 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.
During the interview, Laura spoke passionately and persuasively on the subject of childhood cancer, recent legislative advances, the challenges of the “Valley of Death,” and CureSearch’s vision for transforming how research gets done so more kids can live long and healthy lives.
Laura also introduced the CureSearch Catapult to support the development of innovative, novel, and promising oncology research into human clinical trials and product commercialization with the ultimate goal of improving clinical outcomes in childhood cancer patients. Listen now:
CureSearch for Children’s Cancer
CureSearch for Children’s Cancer, a national nonprofit organization based in Bethesda, Md, works to end childhood cancer by driving targeted and innovative research with measurable results in an accelerated time frame. CureSearch is building a $10 million research pipeline to aggressively drive pediatric research grants and clinical trials that have a higher chance of becoming cures for children’s cancer without the toxic side effects that plague current treatment options.
About Childhood Cancer Talk Radio
Childhood Cancer Talk Radio, powered by Jack’s Angels Foundation, provides a powerful voice of hope in the advocacy/activist movement for children with cancer. Its focus is to discusses real experiences, advocacy news, developments in research and today’s heroes for kids, and to encourage more conversations about prioritizing children afflicted with cancer in our medical research system.