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Brain Cancer Patient to Complete CureSearch’s Ultimate Hike to Fight Children’s Cancer.

For Immediate Release Contact: Brecka Putnam (630) 957-8003 | brecka.putnam@curesearch.org Taylor Johnson, 35, fought glioblastoma, and now fights to raise funds for research for children. Raleigh, NC – On Christmas Eve of 2015, a doctor friend of Taylor Johnson’s family looked at her vision scans and knew something was wrong. Then, on January 21, 2016, …

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2017 Ultimate Hike - Foothills

Greenville Mother to Complete Ultimate Hike Alongside Her Daughters – One is a Brain Cancer Patient.

For Immediate Release Contact: Brecka Putnam (630) 957-8003 | brecka.putnam@curesearch.org Linda Johnson and Cortney Carter of Greenville hike because of Taylor Johnson, 35, who fought glioblastoma, and now fights to raise funds for research for children. Greenville, SC – On Christmas Eve of 2015, a doctor friend of Taylor Johnson’s family looked at her vision …

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Eric Palacios

7-Year-Old Miami Cancer Survivor is a Superhero

Parents, Wanky and Frank Palacios had no connection or deep knowledge of childhood cancer until that unforgettable day of January 7, 2016. That’s when their 7-year-old son Eric was diagnosed with Pre-b cell leukemia, also known as acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL).

Cara Simon

Nurse Hikes 21 Miles for Children’s Cancer Research

For Immediate Release Contact: Jennifer Murphy Regional Manager, Development (240) 235-2211 | jennifer.murphy@curesearch.org Philadelphia, PA – Cara Simon is a pediatric nurse practitioner at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She loves her job and she is passionate about caring for children. Cara goes the extra mile, literally, for kids who need help. Cara hikes 21-miles …

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BeautyKind

CureSearch for Children’s Cancer to Benefit from BeautyKind Unites: Concert for Causes Event

For Immediate Release Contact: Kelli Wright National Director, Strategic Initiatives (240) 235-2217 | kelli.wright@curesearch.org Bethesda, Md – CureSearch is a proud beneficiary of BeautyKind’s first Concert for Causes. This first-of-its-kind concert is March 25th at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The concert will feature award-winning artists, including Demi Lovato, The Band Perry and Jake Owen, …

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Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant Make Generous Donation to CureSearch on National Brownie Day

On Thursday, December 8, National Brownie Day, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant celebrated another year of its long-time partnership with CureSearch for Children’s Cancer by presenting its annual donation. Since 2004, Iron Hill has donated a portion of the proceeds from its Triple Chocolate Hill dessert to exclusively benefit CureSearch’s mission to end children’s cancer.

Laura Thrall

CureSearch CEO, Laura Thrall, Appears on Childhood Cancer Talk Radio

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.

CureSearch Promise

$1.26M Awarded to Researcher Accelerating the Search for Children’s Cancer Cures

CureSearch for Children’s Cancer awarded a total of $1.26M to a leading pediatric cancer researcher for the Acceleration Initiative 3 Grand Challenge Award. Selected from 33 competitive applicants from the US and Canada, the winning research proposal will address critical challenges in pediatric cancer treatments and accelerate the discovery of clinical biomarkers to be used to inform diagnosis and treatment.

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