In Texas Style: Annette Leslie Raises the Bar for Funding Childhood Cancer Research

A definite perspective emerges on what has become the Childhood Cancer Awareness Movement from one of its most influential advocates and supporters. Annette Leslie’s son, Carson Leslie, was afflicted with medullobastoma; before perishing to the disease, he wrote a book called “Carry Me” to give the benefit of his experience…

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The First Ladies of Data

with Ellyn Miller and Amanda Haddock Today’s show features groundbreaking innovation for our medical research system to better accommodate the research needs for childhood cancer, inspired from the experiences of both of our guests who witnessed the urgent, unmet needs of children with brain cancer, the leading cause of cancer-related…

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So, let me ask you America…can’t we do better than that?

Hello, My name is Harold Mike Junge.  My friends and family call me Mike…so let’s stick with that.  It’s a pleasure to meet you!  I’m reaching out to you to discuss something very important…and I hope you will give me just a few minutes of your valuable time.  Hear me…

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DIPG as Ambassador to Congress and the Public for Childhood Cancer

The Public needs powerful examples attain sufficient awareness to ensure accountability from Congress. If we want childhood cancer legislation like STAR and RACE to truly be supported, to have their respective allocations approved, to build upon and allow greater development and support for pediatric research, the Public must be aware–this…

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A New Day for Pediatric Brain Cancer Research

March 20, 2020 Dr. Michael Prados (UCSF), leading scientist with PNOC (Pacific Pediatric Neuro-Oncology Consortium) and Dr. Adam Resnick (CHOP), leading scientist with the CBTTC (Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium) share important developments in pediatric cancer research and also a potential shift in the way research is conducted, and funded,…

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