Developing lifesaving treatments
The research made possible by Children’s Cancer Research Fund has led to innovative treatments for childhood cancers and other life-threatening diseases. While the conditions faced by young patients are varied and complex, our efforts to uncover new information and develop new therapies are united by a single idea: One child with cancer is too many.
Learn more about how Children’s Cancer Research Fund has helped researchers develop breakthrough treatments for childhood cancer:
Brain tumors are the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in children. Our researchers are steadfastly working to change that. Read More
Our researchers are working tirelessly to provide treatment programs that will improve survival rates for high-risk or relapsed patients with leukemia. Overall cure rates for certain types of childhood leukemia continue to improve. Read More
The University of Minnesota is a national and international leader in basic science, clinical research, and the development of advances in the treatment of bone and soft tissue tumors. It ranks as one of the top sarcoma research and treatment programs in the nation. Read More