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If a child’s life was in danger you would do something, wouldn’t you?

The Children’s Brain Tumor Project Weill Cornell Medicine is proud to present this powerful public service announcement (PSA).  The PSA, produced and funded by the generosity of DDB Health, is intended to raise awareness of the traumatic outcomes for far too many children diagnosed with brain tumors every year, and demand action by encouraging viewers to donate.

You can do something to help.  The generous gifts of our supporters allow our neuroscientists/researchers to continue their important work.

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If a child’s life was in danger you would do something, wouldn’t you?

The “Do Something” campaign was designed to encourage action against pediatric brain tumors.

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Our Results are Powered by Families

JNS Pediatrics August 2021

Aug 17, 2021 - Designing new routes of administration for drugs to inoperable brain tumors is central to the mission of the Children’s Brain Tumor Project. A major advance forward in these efforts was recently published from Dr. Greenfield’s group in the August issue of Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics.

Dr. Souweidane Presents at ASCO 2021

June 4, 2021 - Dr. Mark Souweidane, in partnership with Y-mAbs Therapeutics, presented interim phase 1 dose-escalation data for omburtamab for DIPG at virtual ASCO conference.

A Decade of Hope

February 1, 2021 - In honor of Elizabeth Minter's 30th birthday and ten years of Elizabeth's Hope, we are hosting a week-long fundraiser asking for donations in increments of 3 as a toast to 30.

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Our unique approach is based on four pillars of cutting-edge research.

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Our unique approach is based on four pillars of cutting-edge research.

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POWERED BY FAMILIES

The project is “powered by families” – donations come from the families, friends, and supporters of the children, adolescents, and young adults diagnosed with these tumors. In the absence of major funding from government agencies or major foundations, the Children’s Brain Tumor Project is supported by those with the most at stake in this battle.

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Research News

Peer-reviewed publications validate research findings because they subject the authors scholarly work to a high level of scrutiny from other experts in the field who evaluate whether an article is suitable for publication. The sheer volume of published work from the team at the Children’s Brain Tumor Project is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our lab team.

Other research news such as awards, collaborations, annual reports and point-of-view articles can also be found here.

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