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Childhood Cancers

Kristie L. Kahl
The V Foundation is set to host its annual Dick Vitale Gala on Sept. 4, 2020, virtually, to help raise funds and awareness for pediatric cancer.
Conor Killmurray
Utilizing data from the INFORM registry, researchers were able to identify key biologic targets in pediatric patients with cancer utilizing an algorithm that matched them to targeted treatments with promising results.
 
Conor Killmurray
From a 105-year-old cancer survivor recovering from COVID-19 to a 7-year-old finishing his last chemotherapy treatment for lymphoma and also beating COVID-19, here’s what’s making the headlines in the cancer landscape this week.
 
Kristie L. Kahl
In this week’s episode of the “CURE Talks Cancer” podcast, we spoke with ESPN broadcaster Dick Vitale on his passion as a longtime champion to achieve victory over cancer.
 
Brielle Benyon
The Food and Drug Administration approved Koselugo to treat pediatric patients aged 2 years or older with neurofibromatosis type 1, a rare genetic disorder that causes tumors to grow on nerves.
 
Kristie L. Kahl
A microsimulation model found that evolving approaches are associated with improved life expectancy among childhood cancer survivors – particularly for those who received chemotherapy alone.
Stacy Willingham
New strategies are needed to help adolescent and young adult cancer survivors get follow-up care.
Debu Tripathy, M.D.
For a variety of reasons, some AYAs disappear from the health care system during the transition from treatment to survivorship and do not get the medical follow-up they require.
Meredith Begley
Going back to school after finishing cancer treatment can be exciting yet anxiety-inducing for a child — and a parent. Memorial Sloan Kettering neuropsychologist and child psychologist Stephen Sands has tips to help make the transition smoother.
Jessica Skarzynski
For Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, here’s a round-up of the latest news and updates in this disease space.
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