No More Kids with Cancer In the News

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Chicago's WLS-AM 890 interviews Amy Summy

Chicago's Lauren Cohn and Stephanie Trussell interview Amy Summy about the upcoming Mustard Challenge. The interview begins at 23:18

 

95.7 Ben FM's Marilyn Russell interviews Amy Summy

"Please listen, like and share to raise money for research dollars with a precise goal - finding a cure for childhood cancer. While Naya's story is heart-breaking, her Mom is incredible...keeping the fight, the mission and the hope for a cure alive. ...."you can help...thanks for listening and sharing." - Marilyn Russell

 

Watch 6ABC's Ali Gorman interview Hank and Amy Summy here. They share Naya's  wish to cure childhood cancer and their support of a Phase I clinical trial.

6ABC's Ali Gorman covers our Phase I clinical trial

6 ABC's Ali Gorman

6 ABC's Ali Gorman

We teamed up with UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital and PNOC to fund a Phase I clinical trial. Our $155,000 grant uses a modified measles virus to kill cancer cells in children with medulloblastoma, a deadly brain cancer common in children.

 
Naya (AGE 11) AND ZAK (13)

Naya (AGE 11) AND ZAK (13)

CDC report - Brain Cancer overtakes leukemia in childhood cancer deaths

While childhood cancer death rates in the U.S. declined, incidents of childhood cancer are up. Research has led to breakthroughs in leukemia, showing us research can change the lives of kids with cancer. Read about the study and how we're funding important research for childhood brain cancer.

 

 
Hank and amy accept the award on Naya's behalf

Hank and amy accept the award on Naya's behalf

Naya receives Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy

Naya was recognized as Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy by the AFP Greater Philadelphia chapter. She was nominated by The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia for her amazing efforts to raising awareness and funds for childhood cancer research.

Naya's parents, Hank and Amy Summy, accepted the award on Naya's behalf in 2015, one year after Naya passed away.