PLAINSBORO, NJ (PRWEB) DECEMBER 20, 2016
Cure Media Group, the nation’s leading digital and print media enterprise focused on cancer patients, cancer centers and advocacy groups, has partnered with the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation (NPCF), announced Cure Media Group President Michael J. Hennessy, Jr.
In making the announcement, Michael J. Hennessy, Jr. said, “We are thrilled to partner with such a worthwhile organization in order to eradicate childhood cancer.”
National Pediatric Cancer Foundation was formed by Melissa Helms and Risa Tramel, two mothers who met while their daughters were going through cancer treatments. Since its inception, the NPCF has donated more than six million dollars to children’s cancer research, and developed The Sunshine Project, which connects the nation’s leading child cancer doctors and researchers to streamline new treatments in order to increase the survival rate of children with cancer.
Per the NPCF, childhood cancer continues to be the leading disease in the death of children, with 43 children a day and over an estimated 15,000 children, annually, diagnosed with the disease. Since 1980, fewer than ten drugs have been approved for use in the fight against childhood cancer, furthering the dire need for funding advanced research. For more information or donations visit, http://nationalpcf.org/
About CURE Media Group:
CURE Media Group is the leading resource for cancer updates, research and education. It combines a full suite of media products, including its industry leading website, CUREtoday.com; innovative video programs, such as CURE Connections®; a series of widely attended live events; and CURE® magazine, which reaches over 1 million readers. CURE Media Group is part of the Plainsboro, N.J.-based Michael J. Hennessy Associates, Inc., family of businesses, which includes the acclaimed OncLive® (http://www.onclive.com) platform of resources for the practicing oncologist. For more information, visit http://www.curetoday.com or http://www.mjhassoc.com.
About the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation:
Celebrating its 25th year of service, the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to funding research to eliminate childhood cancer through the Sunshine Project, the Foundation’s collaborative research initiative. By partnering with doctors and researchers from the country’s top institutions, the Sunshine Project is fast-tracking the development of new drugs and therapies that will ultimately lead to the cure of childhood cancers. For more information, visithttp://www.NationalPCF.org