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The Cure to Pediatric Cancer is at Our Fingertips!

So why aren’t we seeing breakthroughs in the cure for pediatric cancer?

Technology has made it clear that the collection and analysis of information is our most valuable tool for achieving scientific breakthroughs. Computers today can collect and store billions of sheets of information from millions of sources, analyze millions of […]

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Pediatric Research and Trump’s Pledge

Building a robust national database is crucial to energize breakthroughs
against cancer and other childhood afflictions

Last month President Donald Trump surprised advocates for cancer patients by proposing to spend $500 million over 10 years on pediatric cancer research, starting in 2020 with a focus on sharing patient data. Bridge […]

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Breaking down barriers, bridging to a cure

As Brain Tumor Awareness Month comes to an end, we are reminded that we must continue our fight to find a cure.

For the families of the approximately 4,600 children who will learn they have a brain tumor this year, a diagnosis will lead to many questions and endless Internet searches […]

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Seize the Potential of Collaborative Data to Help Kids

As we continue to push for a universal database of information on pediatric cancers and other childhood diseases and disorders, we see tremendous value in this approach for fighting other conditions that strike in childhood, such as autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

children and adolescents diagnosed with cancer every […]

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Putting the Pieces Together for the Fight Against Cancer

Private enterprise, medicine, science, and government are all moving in the right direction.

When will they start pulling together?

The Bridge to a Cure Foundation exists to tear down the deadly barriers that impede the timely development of effective treatments and cures for cancer. Number one on that list of barriers is […]

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