Childhood cancer advocates reunite for 2021 CureSearch Walks

More than $270,000 raised for childhood cancer research Supporters across the country reunited this year for CureSearch Walks to honor and remember those affected by childhood cancer.  Participants went above and beyond to help organize Walks in seven cities, as well as virtually, and raised more than $270,000 to support CureSearch-funded research that will lead to the development of …

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CureSearch and Love Your Melon partner to advance childhood cancer research

CureSearch and Love Your Melon partner to advance childhood cancer research  At CureSearch, we’re dedicated to bringing childhood cancer patients to the forefront of drug development, but we can’t do it alone. Long-term impact will require collaboration among industry leaders and organizations also dedicated to ending childhood cancer.  Funding partners like Love Your Melon allow us to support innovative …

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Global leaders in oncology, biotech join CureSearch Industry Advisory Council

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Media Contact: Margetta Thomas  Communications Manager  margetta.thomas@curesearch.org  Global leaders in oncology, biotech join CureSearch Industry Advisory Council  Industry leaders collaborate to accelerate the pace of pediatric drug development  Bethesda, Md. – November 3, 2021– CureSearch for Children’s Cancer announced today the addition of five new members to its Industry Advisory Council (IAC), as well as the …

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Busy Bee encouraging customers to round up their purchases and help kids with cancer

For the third year, Busy Bee shoppers can support childhood cancer research by rounding up their purchases this fall.   Since 2019, Busy Bee has partnered with CureSearch for Children’s Cancer to raise funds in their 14 award-winning travel centers throughout Florida and Southern Georgia.   Now through November 2021, customers can round up their gas, food and beverage …

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CureSearch Forever Hero: Landon Vargas

Landon Vargas was born on November 26, 2006. He was the oldest son of Beth and Ariel Vargas, and the playful older brother to three siblings. Landon loved to play sports and he always competed with determination, enthusiasm and a smile on his face. Whether winning or losing, Landon’s contagious laughter and positive attitude never wavered.  …

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Walking for Caden – 50 miles in 30 days

Pam Shrauger has been a longtime supporter of CureSearch for Children’s Cancer, and is an advocate for childhood cancer research. Pam and her family walked 50 miles for the CureSearch Mile for Child Challenge where friends, family, and members of the community are challenged to walk 10, 30 or 100 miles in 30 days to raise funds and awareness for …

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CureSearch National Walk Sponsor Highlight: Parexel

This September, families, friends and communities across the country will come together (virtually) for the National CureSearch Walk to honor and remember those affected by childhood cancer.   The CureSearch Walk raises funds to accelerate the development of new and less-toxic pediatric cancer treatments. Most current standard childhood cancer treatments were developed before 1990. Our kids deserve better. That’s why CureSearch is …

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The “Lucky” One: Surviving Childhood Cancer, Stroke and the Effects of Treatment

By Amy Fair, Childhood Cancer Survivor & CureSearch Volunteer I didn’t get to have the traditional high school experience. While my friends were at soccer practice and school dances, I was in the hospital receiving chemotherapy or recovering from the effects it had on my body. When I was 15, I was diagnosed with leukemia …

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Pediatric Oncologist Treks The Pacific Crest Trail To Honor Sister’s Memory

Weili Sun’s parents lost their first daughter, Weiwei, to leukemia when she was five years old. “They rarely talked about her. Forty years later, when they learned that I planned to hike 27 miles in honor of my sister and to raise funds for childhood cancer research, they were ecstatic. They spent hours finding her …

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Mothers and Daughters take on the Ultimate Hike together to support Childhood Cancer Research

Katie Gochenour and Heather Sours are sisters and crusaders for childhood cancer research. Since 2015, they have been walking and hiking in CureSearch fundraising events in honor of Katie’s daughter, Chloe.   In 2014, Chloe was just five years old when she was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL), a cancer of the blood that starts in the bone marrow and spreads …

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