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Working Together to Change the Story of Pediatric Cancer
The facts are alarming, but working together, we can rewrite these children's stories
- Less than 5 percent of the National Cancer Institute's budget goes to pediatric cancer research.
- Less than 5 cents for every dollar raised by the American Cancer Society is directed to cancers affecting children and adolescents.
- Pharmaceutical companies fund 60 percent of adult cancer drug discovery and 0 percent of pediatric cancer drug development.
Despite limited support, Kimmel Cancer Center pediatric oncology researchers and clinicians have led the way in bone marrow transplantation, leukemia research and therapies, sarcoma research, immunotherapy and more. Imagine what they could do with adequate funding. Help us close the book on pediatric cancer.
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.
CHARITABLE GIVING Give Hope
To make a gift or pledge online, please complete our secure online giving form. Please indicate pediatric oncology or a specific physician or area of research in the field marked.
Mail your giving form to:
Johns Hopkins University and Medicine
Attn: Kimmel Cancer Center
PO Box 49143
Baltimore, MD 21297-9143
Attention: Kelli Schneider
The Division of Pediatric Oncology at Johns Hopkins is fortunate to be joined by many creative and motivated champions in the fight to end childhood cancer.
We thank our individual, corporate, and foundation partners for their generous support and commitment to help find better treatments and cures for children with cancer.
We applaud the organizers of events and activities for putting their compassion into action and naming the Division of Pediatric Oncology at Johns Hopkins as their beneficiary.
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If you would like to become a Care Partner of the Division of Pediatric Oncology at Johns Hopkins, please contact us:
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For other questions about how you can help support Johns Hopkins Pediatric Oncology, please contact Kelli Schneider.