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Love Your Melon Partners with CureSearch to Help Children Battling Cancer

For Immediate Release Contact: Mallory Zarate Manager, Strategic Partnerships (240) 235-2284 | mallory.zarate@curesearch.org curesearch.org Bethesda, Md – Love Your Melon, a Minnesota-based company dedicated to giving a hat to every child battling cancer, has produced 2,500 co-branded gold CureSearch beanies to be sold on eBay for Charity as a part of CureSearch’s #MakeItGoldForKids campaign. #MakeItGoldForKids …

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RACE For Children Act

Congress Introduces RACE for Children Act to Support the Development of Promising Cancer Drugs for Children

For Immediate Release Contact: Sarita Sastry, PhD National Director, Research and Programs (240) 235-2215 | research@curesearch.org curesearch.org Washington, DC – CureSearch thanks Senators Michael Bennet (D-CO) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) along with Representatives Michael McCaul (R-TX-10), G.K. Butterfield (D-NC-01), Chris Van Hollen (D-MD-08), and Sean Duffy (R-Wy-07) as they introduce the RACE for Children Act …

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Jeff and Bailee Schingel

Over $9,000 Raised for Chicago CureSearch Walk at Berkot’s Grocery Stores

Illinois-based Berkot’s Super Foods is more than just your neighborhood-friendly grocery store – it’s a family-operated and owned business that cares about children and the community. This summer, it was the perfect location for a father and daughter duo to raise thousands of dollars to help drive research that accelerates the search for children’s cancer cures.

CureSearch Catapult

CureSearch Announces Launch of Catapult Fund

CureSearch for Children’s Cancer announced today the opening of the application window for a $1-2M (USD) Catapult Fund opportunity to support research into continued improvement in outcomes for pediatric cancer patients.

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