Kids First 2.0 with Ellyn Miller

Ellyn Miller joins us to discuss the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act, originally signed into law by President Obama in 2014. The original bill ensured that a special fund was created at National Institutes of Health for research into pediatric disease, which historically receives inadequate funding for research. We’re …

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Vesselon: Addressing the Challenges of Brain Cancer with Non-Invasive Technology

Rhodemann Li and Clayton Larsen, co-founders of Vesselon describe the unique blending of two technologies into one platform effectively solving the problem of the blood-brain barrier in treating brain cancer.  Using ultrasound and micro-bubbles, the future of pediatric brain cancer treatment could include a simple hand-held device enhancing the delivery of …

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BethAnn Telford: Around the World in 7 Days for Brain Cancer

The great adventure that was the 2017 World Marathon Challenge is shared with our listeners in a big-hearted interview with BethAnn Telford, brain cancer survivor and super-athlete. Seven Marathons were run on seven different continents in just seven days time. BethAnn’s mission to cure brain cancer with ABC2 (accelerate brain …

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BethAnn Telford and the World Marathon Challenge

CCTR interviews BethAnn Telford, originally from Harrisburg, PA and now living in Fairfax, VA; she is a brain cancer survivor and ultra-distance runner for brain cancer research. BethAnn talks about the children who inspire her to run, and the urgently needed research for brain cancer funded by ABC2; Max Wallace, …

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CCTR Presents Kathy Riley and We Can Pediatric Brain Tumor Network

Kathy Riley talks to CCTR about We Can Pediatric Brain Tumor Network, which began 20 years ago with the support and camaraderie between mothers of pediatric brain tumor patients.  The support and healing which came from their sharing was so helpful that they wanted to share it with others.  The …

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ABC2: Funding Creativity in Brain Cancer Research

Max Wallace, President and CEO of ABC2–Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure, talks about founder and venture capitalist Dan Case who had been afflicted with, and ultimately died of brain cancer. ABC2 has for a model Dan’s genius for taking risks fearlessly and applying the venture approach to brain cancer research and …

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MAY 28 “RELAY FOR JACK!” SUPPORTS PEDIATRIC CANCER RESEARCH PROJECT

Jack’s Angels Foundation announces its 1st Annual “Relay for Jack!” Saturday, May 28 at Vasquez Rocks County Park in Agua Dulce, raising awareness to DIPG—cancer’s death-row for kids; the 2nd most-common pediatric brain tumor is responsible for roughly 80% of brain cancer deaths in children annually.   Event proceeds support “Jack’s …

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