Cris Collingwood//August 2, 2023 An internationally known physician-scientist and her research consortium have joined Penn State Health to continue efforts to eradicate pediatric cancer. Penn State Health and Penn State College of Medicine[...]
Because of the action YOU have taken this last year, we have been able to fulfill this gift and more. ✨💛
On August 1, the Beat Childhood Cancer Foundation committed $2 Million in support to give thanks for Dr. Sholler's new position as Division Chief of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology/BMT at Penn State Health Children's Hospital in Hershey.
On November 1, the Beat Childhood Cancer Foundation surpassed the $2 Million goal and is aiming for bigger and better achievements by year end to ensure the Beat Childhood Cancer Research Consortium can successfully change and save lives.
In this season of thanks and giving, we are so thankful for every single person who continues to make a difference for every child, everywhere.
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One of the reasons we love attending the International Society of Pediatric Oncology (SIOP) conference is the ability to connect with individuals from all over the world to foster collaboration for access and innovative therapies for children everywhere. There are so many amazing people in this community and we are so excited for the work we will be able to achieve together 🌎🧬👩⚕️ ... See MoreSee Less
Today was truly an incredible day for childhood cancer research with a "YES" to DFMO. Participating in the FDA-ODAC meeting which reviewed our data on DFMO was an honor. We are so thankful to all the research teams, the clinical teams that have cared for and supported our patients and to the families who trusted us and participated in our trials. Now Every Child Every Where can hopefully have access to DFMO. US WorldMedsBeat Childhood Cancer Foundation... See MoreSee Less