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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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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Game Changer: Moonshot4Kids Congressional Briefing Brings Hope, New Research Opportunities to Pediatric Brain Cancer

Progress forward has come only from a collaborative effort by those who…could not turn away from this urgent, unmet need.  How much larger the effort would be…if more people were aware, and more people and resources joined us in this fight. Dr. Michelle Monje, Associate Professor of Neurology, and by…

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Hike 4 Pennies: Uniting the Childhood Cancer Community

Ginny McLean, Communications and Outreach Director for Swifty Foundation joins us to discuss the Hike 4 Pennies program with hiker Erick Montgomery who has taken on the challenge of the Pacific Crest Trail, from Tijuana, Mexico to the Canadian border to raise funds for urgently needed pediatric brain cancer research.…

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‘Champion of Change in Precision Medicine’ Amanda Haddock, President of DragonMaster Foundation

Amanda Haddock spent 11 years of her working career in the non-profit sector and 12 years working in the technology industry, a self-proclamed “serial volunteer” whose son, David, succumbed to GBM in 2012 at the age of 18.  The doctors and researchers they encountered on that journey led her to…

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