CureSearch for Children's Cancer Fund Research
June 2013 Results
Dr. Vrooman  

Skeletal toxicities in pediatric and adolescent cancer survivors are recognized as serious complications of therapy for childhood cancers. Exposures during cancer therapy can jeopardize the accumulation of bone mass. Read more


CureSearch is pleased to announce a new web-based video series designed to familiarize cancer patients and their parents with common tests and procedures. The first two videos include a lumbar puncture and port access. Read more


From now through June 19, make your vote count! DSW has selected 8 organizations, including CureSearch, to compete for a grant of $75,000. All you have to do is visit DSW’s Facebook Fan Page on your computer and vote for CureSearch. Be sure to sign on and vote EACH DAY! Vote now

Dr. Debanjar Dhar  

Liver cancer is rare in children and adolescents. There are two main types of childhood liver cancer: hepatoblastoma, a very rare kind of liver cancer usually found in children under 4, and hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). Read more

Patrick Betters  

Patrick was a normal 17 year-old high school senior when he was diagnosed with stage 3 Non-Hodgkin t-cell lymphoma. After two months of treatment, his immune system was depleted and he developed a fungal infection that is usually fatal. Read more

Late Effects of Treatment Non-Hodgkin lymphoma Fund Research

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