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There is an urgent unmet need for new and less toxic children’s cancer treatments. Each year more than 15,000 children in the U.S. alone are diagnosed with cancer. For those who survive, as many as 85% will develop one or more chronic health conditions including secondary cancers, severe musculoskeletal problems, and cardiovascular disease as a result of treatment. Our kids deserve better.

With your support, we fund the most promising and impactful research focused on developing new therapies for cancers with low survival, high recurrence, or horrible treatment-related side or late effects. During Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, we're highlighting our focus on accelerating the pace of high-potential drug development via our targeted research strategy and critical collaborations to drive new, better treatment options into the clinic, reaching children today.

Overcoming the obstacles for the kids who are counting on us.

Watch our Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Webinar Below

Share Your Story

We invite you to share your stories with us this Childhood Cancer Awareness Month! Tell us about a child, parent, or supporter you know, or why you choose to support CureSearch by volunteering or fundraising. Click here to submit a brief story, photo(s), and/or video!

Spread the word on social media! Right-click the infographics below to download and share.

Spread the word

Spread the word on social media! Right-click the infographics below to download and share.

Join us for the United CureSearch WAlk

We’re inspired by all the teams across the country that have already registered for our United CureSearch Walk – thank you! Join us and walk to honor childhood cancer patients and survivors, to remember our forever heroes, and to celebrate the impact we're making today. We look forward to raising funds for the most promising new research — and coming together for our national virtual walk on September 26! 

Learn More or Register

Why is the development of new, better treatment options so important? In the videos below, Megan and her son JP share how a clinical trial saved her son JP's life and survivor Abby tells us how her harsh treatments continue to impact her today.

Thank you for being part of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in support of our mission and the more than 15,000 children, adolescents, and young adults diagnosed each year.

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