Childhood cancer is the leading cause of death by disease in children under the age of 15 in the United States.

Cancer in children occurs regularly, randomly, and spares no ethnic group, socioeconomic class, or geographic region.

Only four pennies of every dollar spent on cancer research are dedicated to childhood cancer.

Over the last 37 years, only three new drugs have been approved to treat childhood cancers.

Childhood cancer research is profoundly underfunded.

For every dollar the National Institutes of Health puts toward cancer, only four cents go to children’s cancer research. Pablove directly addresses this gross inequity, driving Powered by Pablove seed grants specifically to pediatric cancer researchers committed to finding treatments and cures. These $50,000 grants serve a very specific purpose—to give their recipients the data and evidence they need to qualify for larger grants, federal funding and go to clinical trial.


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