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Teen Cancer Survivor Makes a Difference Through Volunteering

Teen Cancer Survivor Makes a Difference Through Volunteering

When you’re a childhood cancer survivor, life takes on a new meaning, and you want to do everything you can to help others who are affected by cancer. That was the case for Samantha Sowa, who was diagnosed with papillary thyroid carcinoma on July 27, 2010 when...
Researcher Spotlight: Dr. Andrew Kung

Researcher Spotlight: Dr. Andrew Kung

For young cancer patients with rhabdomyosarcoma, Ewing sarcoma and osteosarcoma, 5-year survival rates are between 20-40%. That’s a statistic that no parent should ever have to hear, and it’s one of the many reasons why CureSearch is on a mission to find a...
Father to Hike 28 Miles in One Day to Honor Son Conquering Cancer

Father to Hike 28 Miles in One Day to Honor Son Conquering Cancer

Written by Brecka Putnam, Senior Regional Manager, Development. Jeff Busby is lacing up his hiking boots to train for the Ultimate Hike, a one-day, 28-mile trek on the Foothills Trail. It’s a long way, but for Busby, the distance is not as significant as the...
Genetic Testing Offers New Hope for Children with Brain Cancer

Genetic Testing Offers New Hope for Children with Brain Cancer

(MIT Technology Review) – In the past 30 years, childhood deaths from cancer have declined by 50 percent overall, but those from pediatric brain cancer have only decreased by 30 percent. Researchers at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Boston Children’s...
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