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Just Suppose....You Could Give Hope to a Child with Cancer

Help win the fight against childhood cancers. Every dollar makes a difference toward a future free of cancer. Although pediatric cancers are rare, they claim the lives of more children than any other disease. At Johns Hopkins, we understand the urgency that pediatric cancer demands. With world-class expertise, a culture of cross-disciplinary collaboration and a proven track record of successfully bringing therapies from the laboratory to patients, our researchers are leading the field in developing new treatments and cures for childhood cancer.

Your support allows us to continue our pioneering role in pediatric cancer discovery and treatment.

Did you know?

  • Cancer is the leading cause of dealth among U.S. children between infancy and age 15.
  • Approximately 11,210 new cases of pediatric cancer are expected to be diagnosed in children 0-14 in 2012.
  • Survival rates have increased in the past few years due to improvements in treatment and clinical trials

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For other questions about how you can help support Johns Hopkins Pediatric Oncology, please contact Stephanie Davis by phone at 410-361-6184 or by email: sdavis9@jhmi.edu or Lauren Murphy by phone at 410-361-6478 or lmurph26@jhmi.edu

 

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