CureSearch for Children's Cancer Fund Research
April 2013 Results
Dr. Yustein  

Rhabdomyosarcoma is cancer that develops in the skeletal muscles of children. It is the most common soft-tissue sarcoma diagnosed in children, and is most frequently found in the head, neck and extremities. Read more


Maddox Grace Atkinson  

At 2 months old, my youngest child and only daughter was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma. She underwent 48 weeks of chemotherapy through a clinical trial. The chemotherapy that was used was very effective at killing her tumor. Read more


Dr. Gordon  

Human cells are made of many parts, including chromosomes which are organized structures of DNA. Their job is to help direct the actions of various types of cells. Many cancer cells show a gain or loss of chromosomes. Read more


MJ Golf Classic  

A long standing tradition in the Texas community, this year's MJ Golf Classic, held on April 19 - 20, will celebrate 4 years of supporting CureSearch for Children's Cancer. The weekend features three rounds of golf at the Jay Morrish Golf Course in Fort Worth. Read more

Rhabdomyosarcoma Acute Myeloid Leukemia Fund Research

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