Childhood Leukemia Patients from High-Poverty Areas More Likely to Suffer Early Relapse

February 23, 2016

This article was first published in EurekAlert! on February 23, 2016 by the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Kira Bona, M.D., M.P.H. Dana-Farber Cancer Institute BOSTON, MA (February 23, 2016) – Among children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), the most common pediatric cancer, those who live in high-poverty areas are substantially more likely to suffer early relapse […]

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Stop. Think. Imagine…

December 17, 2015

Stop what you’re doing, and follow me for a minute… Think back to when you were 16. Recall what you were doing on a day like today. The holidays are here. All the hopes of the new year are swirling. Now, imagine being homeless when you were 16. Then, imagine going through cancer treatment at […]

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FULL REPORT: 2015 Childhood Research Grants

June 10, 2015

The Pablove Foundation recently¬†announced a $250,000 package of grants that aim to significantly boost pediatric cancer research in several under-funded areas. These grants support a range of innovators in childhood cancer research who are investigating unique ways to increase survivorship and decrease complications, enabling kids to lead healthy lives after cancer. The 6-year-old Pablove Foundation […]

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