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Two PGA Golfers and CureSearch Win Big at QBE Shootout

Two PGA Golfers and CureSearch Win Big at QBE Shootout

The 2017 QBE Shootout was made up of 24 PGA Tour golf pros and 300 volunteers with one goal – to raise critical funds for CureSearch’s mission to accelerate high-potential pediatric cancer research out of the lab and into the hands of children who need it the...
Researcher Spotlight: Dr. Andrew Kung

Researcher Spotlight: Dr. Andrew Kung

For young cancer patients with rhabdomyosarcoma, Ewing sarcoma and osteosarcoma, 5-year survival rates are between 20-40%. That’s a statistic that no parent should ever have to hear, and it’s one of the many reasons why CureSearch is on a mission to find a...
Why CureSearch for Children’s Cancer is Accelerating Research

Why CureSearch for Children’s Cancer is Accelerating Research

Nick Currey was only 4 years old when he was diagnosed with leukemia. After going through treatment and becoming cancer-free, he was later diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma at the age of 18. He passed away a year later. Nick is just one of the 83% of children’s...
Nick Currey Fund Advances Children’s Cancer Research

Nick Currey Fund Advances Children’s Cancer Research

In 2005, Nick Currey lost his life to Ewing sarcoma, a cancer of the bone (and at times, soft tissue). He was only 19 years old. His parents, Nancy and Ralph Currey, established the Nick Currey Fund in his memory to help fund new and improved therapies for Ewing...
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