Hope for Osteosarcoma Research: #BecauseofDaniel

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Professionally, Theresa Beech has had 20 years of experience as a space engineer designing satellite mission ground systems. She has worked as a ground systems engineer, technical lead, subject matter expert, and program manager for a wide variety of satellite ground systems around the world. She comes to Childhood Cancer Talk Radio with the story of her son, Daniel, who’s battle with osteosarcoma ended his young, beautiful life, and left his mother determined to find solutions for this devastating disease.

As with the deadliest of pediatric cancers, there have been no innovations for osteosarcoma nor progress in survival rates in over 30 years. What makes this story so important is not only the devotion of this mother, her talent and intelligence, but her genius in applying her knowledge of systems engineering to osteosarcoma genomics– no small feat. The result of this personal research gives new leads to greater biological understanding of osteosarcoma as well as potential solutions for treatment. Write to osteoregistry@gmail.com if you are an osteosarcoma patient, parent, or researcher for more information.

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