Lady Bug House, Adding Life to Days with Suzanne Gwynn

“If we cannot add days to the life of a child, we will add life to their days,” Suzanne Gwynn, nurse of 40 years, founder of LadyBug House. As a nonprofit, Ladybug House will offer intermittent stays to families who are caring for their children with life-threatening illnesses so they…

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“Mr. BLUNT, from the Committee on Appropriations, submitted the following R E P O R T…”

Excerpt taken from p. 90 – 91 of the REPORT DEPARTMENTS OF LABOR, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, AND EDUCATION, AND RELATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATION BILL, 2020 Childhood Cancer Data Initiative.—The Committee strongly supports the budget request to focus $50,000,000 a year toward pediatric cancer research over the next 10 years. The…

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First Ascent Biomedical with Noah Berlow, Ph.D.

Noah Berlow received his PhD in electrical engineering following undergraduate studies in electrical engineering, computer science, and mathematics. His graduate work grew into a long-term collaboration with Dr. Charles Keller, then at Oregon Health & Sciences University. Upon graduating, he joined the non-profit mission-based biotech start-up, the Children’s Cancer Therapy…

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First Ascent Biomedical with Noah Berlow, Ph.D.

Noah Berlow received his PhD in electrical engineering following undergraduate studies in electrical engineering, computer science, and mathematics. His graduate work grew into a long-term collaboration with Dr. Charles Keller, then at Oregon Health & Sciences University. Upon graduating, he joined the non-profit mission-based biotech start-up, the Children’s Cancer Therapy…

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