Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Did you know?

  • Children who have their cancer return are harder to treat because their cancer becomes resistant to standard therapies.
  • Cutting edge treatments like CAR T-cell therapy are needed to help cure children with difficult to treat cancers, but funding is limited—childhood cancer receives less than 4% of the National Cancer Institute budget for research.
  • Many researchers rely on grants from non-profit organizations and private donors who are dedicated to raising funds for childhood cancer research.

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