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We reached MILLIONS of people across the United States during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month this year!
We were able to share childhood cancer awareness ads on over 2,000 Billboards in cities across the country during September.

Immunotherapy treatment in childhood cancer hits a major milestone. The FDA has approved CAR-T 19 as therapy in treating Relapsed/Refractory B-Cell ALL in pediatric patients under age 25 years of age.

The Race Act became law on August 18, 2017, and gives childhood cancer equal footing on some drugs as they are developed for adult cancers. This is one of the biggest legislative equalizers the childhood cancer community has seen.

In memory of our friend Brooke Mulford, we delivered a check to Dr. Garrett Brodeur yesterday for his exciting and promising nanoparticle research.

We're so proud to be a part of this first-of-it's-kind collaborative research conference for Childhood Cancer! Make Some Noise President, Julie Sutherland, who also serves on the board of the Coalition Against Childhood Cancer (CAC2), helped spearhead the Research Interest Group, and Co-Chaired this terrific scientific meeting with Phil Renna, (Christina Renna Foundation), and Donna Ludwinski, (Solving Kids Cancer).

"From Bench to Bedside and Beyond" was co-hosted by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and CAC2 on October 30 - November 1, 2016. It was a critical examination of emerging technologies, drug development, and therapeutics utilized in pediatric cancers. Our intent was to unite the childhood cancer community in a collaborative forum to advance research for childhood cancers. This multi-day exchange of ideas and networking was attended by the full range of stakeholders, including researchers, funders, advocates, and representatives from industry and governmental agencies.

Visit the meeting's website to see our amazing speaker line-up, read our Conference Proceedings Manual to learn about all the Emerging Technologies discussed and the clinical reporting for the current landscape for childhood cancer. Each of our outstanding speakers presentations are summarized in the manual, and abstracts are shared as well.

This was an inspiring conference, and an exciting example of how much farther we can reach when our community can collaborate!
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