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A blog about children’s cancer survivors, fighters and supporters,
and the cancer research that accelerates the search for cures.

Dr. Kara Davis

Meet Dr. Kara Davis, Childhood Cancer Researcher

(www.loveyourmelon.com) When Dr. Kara Davis first started her career in pediatric oncology, she never thought she would become a laboratory researcher making major strides for childhood cancer research treatments and cures. During her fellowship, Dr. Davis was inspired to use her pediatric oncology experience to directly make a difference in children’s cancer research. Now, Dr. …

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Search for a Cure: Fighting Children’s Cancer

Search for a Cure: Fighting Children’s Cancer

Search for a Cure: Fighting Children’s Cancer (prahs.com) This week is the fourth annual Clinical Trials Awareness Week. This year, its mission is to raise awareness on the importance of clinical trials for infants and children. It’s a topic that’s close to the heart of our Mark Sorrentino. Next week, he’ll be presenting at CureSearch’s …

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2018 Catapult Summit to Accelerate Children’s Cancer Cures

Next week, CureSearch for Children’s Cancer is proudly hosting the third annual Catapult Summit, acting as a neutral convener of industry leaders to lead the way for better treatments for childhood cancer patients. CureSearch is inviting leaders from industry, academia, investment, business, healthcare, our own key advisors and more to this collaborative event. The Catapult …

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Superhero Addison

Addison, Wilms Tumor

Addison’s Superhero Story The Green Lantern once said, “no matter how bad things get, something good is out there, just over the horizon.” For superhero Addison Barber, this quote describes her battle with cancer all too well. At just 18 months old, Addison was diagnosed with Stage 5 bilateral Wilms tumor. Hope was just over …

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Will Busby

Childhood Cancer Survivor to Spend 12th Birthday Volunteering at 28-Mile Charity Hike

Eleven-year-old Will Busby first heard of CureSearch’s Ultimate Hike seven years ago, when his father, Jeff, starting raising funds and training for a 28.3-mile trek to be completed in one day. The family was well aware of the need for funding for children’s cancer research, as four-year-old Will had been diagnosed with high risk acute …

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