Nashville based country duo Hadley Park has selected CureSearch for Children’s Cancer as the beneficiary of a portion of the sale from select event, merchandising and raffle purchases, to help raise awareness for children’s cancer, and increase donations that will drive research that finds cures and treatments.
CureSearch announced today the opening of the application window for a $2M-$3M grant opportunity that addresses challenges in pediatric cancer treatments.
This September, the Chicagoland CureSearch Walk at Boomer’s Stadium in Schaumburg will have a new partner in their fight against childhood cancer – Cal’s Angels. These two groups will bring more than 2000 people together to celebrate children with cancer and honor those who have lost their fight.
CureSearch for Children’s Cancer and Swiss-based Rising Tide Foundation for Clinical Cancer Research have awarded a total of $1.69M to two leading pediatric cancer researchers for the International Grand Challenge: Acceleration Initiative 2 Award.
CureSearch for Children’s Cancer announced the grant recipients of the CureSearch Community Impact Awards (CCIA). A total of $240,000 will be distributed to fourteen award recipients with projects having an impact on psychosocial resources for patients and families and caregiver resources.
Today, Mobile Future announced the winners of its annual mobile innovation competition, The Mobileys, which recognizes early-stage wireless apps, services and products that have the potential to make the world a better place.
CureSearch for Children’s Cancer announced today the grant recipients of the CureSearch Community Impact Award – Clinical Trials (CCIA-CT), co-funded by Gateway for Cancer Research℠.
CureSearch recently announced the launch of CancerCare – a confidential and comprehensive app that makes providing care to children with cancer easier. Developed with funding by Ronald McDonald House Charities, the CureSearch CancerCare app organizes treatment dates and medications…
CureSearch for Children’s Cancer announced today the opening of the application window for the CureSearch Community Impact Award – Clinical Trials (CCIA-CT), co-funded by Gateway for Cancer Research. These awards will fund small initiatives (up to $20,000) with a focus on pilot or early phase (Phase Zero, I or II) clinical trial programs for pediatric cancers.
CureSearch for Children’s Cancer announced today the opening of the application window for a $2,000,000 (USD) International Grand Challenge Awards opportunity that addresses two critical challenges in pediatric cancer…