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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A Gift to Pablove’s Kids

December 24, 2015

The holidays are a wonderful time of year. We get time off. We travel. We celebrate with family and friends. We create lasting memories with our kids. It’s an emotionally and spiritually warm time of year. It’s also a time of great challenge for kids with cancer and their families. As a mother who has […]

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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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You Can Help Us Find a Cure

December 8, 2015

FUND THE GAP? YES! With less than 4% of federal cancer research dollars geared toward pediatric cancers, only a few scientists are able to conduct meaningful childhood cancer research. Additionally, federal funding for biomedical research has been decreasing, which has resulted in an increasingly difficult environment for young researchers to make much needed breakthroughs. The […]

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The First Day of School

September 10, 2015

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Those four words fly right by the ears and eyes of most people. Why wouldn’t they – unless there’s some personal meaning attached to them? September is also back to school month for many families. When most parents are posting their child’s first day of school photo on their […]

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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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National Endowment for the Arts Awards $10,000 to Pablove Shutterbugs

May 6, 2015

We are thrilled to announce that The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has awarded The Pablove Foundation a grant of $10,000 to provide the Pablove Shutterbugs program to more kids on Los Angeles! The Pablove Foundation is proud to be one of the nonprofit organizations nationwide selected to receive an NEA Art Works grant. […]

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Now accepting applications for our 2015 Childhood Cancer Research Grants

January 16, 2015

Our 2015 Childhood Cancer Research Grant cycle is now open! Grant applications and guidelines may be downloaded via this link. Applications are due March 3, 2015 and must be submitted electronically to grants@pablove.org. Having awarded $900,000 in innovative research grants since 2009, we are pleased to announce that we will be awarding a minimum of […]

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Catching up with Dr. Andras Heczey

November 24, 2014

Along the Pablove Across America route, our team got the chance to catch up with Dr. Andras Heczey, Director of the Liver Tumor Center at Texas Children’s Hospital, and one of our 2014 Childhood Cancer Research Grantees. Read on for a short Q&A with Dr. Heczey about the novel treatments he is developing to redirect […]

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Insomniac Committed to “The Good Fight”

November 4, 2014

Earlier this year, The Pablove Foundation was honored to receive Insomniac’s third annual Leading The Way Award, which recognizes creative philanthropy in the entertainment industry. Along with the award, Insomniac added a $50,000 donation, which became our record-breaking sixth Childhood Cancer Research Grant funded in 2014. Read more from Insomniac’s Monica Howe on just how […]

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An inside look at our scientific review process

May 29, 2014
Our Grant Cycle

Next week we’ll announce our 2014 Childhood Cancer Research Grants, and I could not be more thrilled about this year’s scientific bounty. The period of time between our application deadline in early March and our big reveal in June represents hours upon hours of work by our Scientific Advisory Committee, culminating in a marathon conference […]

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