The Kids Beating Cancer Research Fund believes the science behind the cure and cellular therapy is the future of medicine. From molecular discoveries to innovative treatments, the Research Fund will bring the discoveries for tomorrow’s cures, saving children’s lives today. The Kids Beating Cancer Research Fund’s vision is to move pediatric cancer knowledge forward by developing new treatments for blood cancers and cellular therapies, saving children’s lives
Kids Beating Cancer Research Fund awards pediatric cancer researchers $100,000 annually, to advance the science behind the cure. Kids Beating Cancer invites researchers nationwide whose focus is to advance Pediatric Cancer Research from molecular discoveries to innovative treatments, to submit a grant application.
Annually, Kids Beating Cancer Research Fund hosts the SCIENCE IS THE CURE RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM at the conclusion of the Transplantation and Cellular Therapy (TCT) annual meetings of ASTCT & CIBMTR. Kids Beating Cancer is appealing to researchers to participate in the SCIENCE IS THE CURE RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM and submit a pediatric cancer research proposal to be considered for a $100,000 research grant. Twenty selected candidates will present their research in Honolulu, Hawaii in February 2021.
The Research Fund is providing the medical equipment for cellular therapy at the Kids Beating Cancer Cellular Therapy Lab at AdventHealth Orlando, to break ground in 2021. This new lab will provide critical procedures necessary for bone-marrow and stem cell transplants, reducing the wait time for children and reducing healthcare costs. The ability to have a state-of-the-art lab with the best medical equipment will advance treatments available for fighting pediatric cancer.
LEARN MORE about the research projects Kids Beating Cancer is currently funding.
YOU can be a part of the Science Behind the Cure and name a Research Grant. For more information on the Kids Beating Cancer Research Fund please contact Sam@kidsbeatingcancer.com or call 407-894-2888.
Help us bring an end to childhood cancer by donating to our Research Fund.