No More Kids with Cancer focuses exclusively on accelerating the discovery of safer, less toxic, and more effective treatments for children with cancer.
We serve children with cancer - and the doctors and researchers working to save them - who urgently need alternatives to the 50s era, inhumane, side-effect-laden standard treatments used today.
In 2018, it is estimated that 15, 590 children and adolescents ages 0 to 19 will be diagnosed with cancer.
With survival rates for many types of childhood cancer have improved, for too many children, cancer will shorten their lives too soon.
These health related issues are side-effects of either the cancer or more commonly the result of its treatment.
For 2015, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) budget was $4.93 billion, childhood cancer received $197 million.
Childhood cancer survivors in the United States as of 2015.
The most common treatments for kids with cancer were developed in the 1950s.
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