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CureSearch Partners Honor Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

CureSearch Partners Honor Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Year after year, month after month, our partners work with us to make a real difference for children’s cancer research and cures. September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and it was no exception. From check-ins to check out, our partners are giving back for the kids who so …

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Hike for Pediatric Cancer

Taking a Hike for Pediatric Cancer

Taking a Hike for Pediatric Cancer (www.loveyourmelon.com) Recently, a team from Love Your Melon took on the challenge of the CureSearch Ultimate Hike in support of our partner, CureSearch for Children’s Cancer. The Ultimate Hike is CureSearch’s program that gives participants the opportunity to hike 20-30 miles in one day in order to raise money …

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Dr. Bindra

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Feature: Dr. Bindra, CureSearch Trailblazer

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Feature:Dr. Bindra, CureSearch Trailblazer CureSearch works with innovative pediatric cancer researchers – funding only the most promising studies to push forward treatments and cures. This includes trailblazers like Dr. Ranjit Bindra of the Yale Cancer Center. Earlier this year, we granted Dr. Bindra and his team nearly $1 million for a …

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CCAM 2018 Causely

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Feature: Causely Partnership

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Feature:Causely Partnership We’re all in this together! From our council members to our volunteers and partners who are sidekicks in the fight to end children’s cancer. This includes sidekicks like our passionate partners at Causely, who make it easy for people to be charitable every day through simple, daily actions that …

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Kay Koehler, CureSearch CEO

Kay Koehler, CureSearch CEO

Kay Koehler, CureSearch CEO We continue to highlight our team of superheroes for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, including Kay Koehler – CureSearch CEO. In February of 2018, CureSearch’s Board of Directors announced that Kay would take the leadership reins as CEO. As the former Chief Develoment Officer, Kay had been a critical part of the …

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Dr. Lee Helman featured

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Feature: Our Expert Advisory Councilor

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Feature:Our Expert Advisory Councilor At CureSearch, we set ourselves apart with the help of our world-class advisory councils. Among the many important things they do, one vital role is advising CureSearch on funding research with only the highest potential. Dr. Lee Helman is one of our expert advisory councilors who is …

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Saal Family featured

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Feature: The Saal Family Beats the Odds

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Feature:The Saal Family Beats the Odds We continue our Childhood Cancer Awareness Month features with a story of one child beating the brain cancer odds. The Saal family story serves to remind us why we continue to fight together to find cures for childhood cancer. As a united team of superheroes …

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Megan and her youngest son

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Feature: Superheroes Unite! Volunteer Veteran

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Feature:Superheroes Unite! Volunteer Veteran In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, CureSearch is featuring our team of supporters, partners, industry leaders and researchers who are changing the face of childhood cancer. Volunteer veterans like Megan, who have a close personal connection to the cause are helping us to push forward better …

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