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September is designated as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month...

... a time when we celebrate advances in childhood cancer treatment and care, remember the children we've lost, and engage new advocates to join in our mission of achieving a day when every child with cancer can live a long and healthy life.

 

The events listed here are open to the public.

The pediatric patient population with chemotherapy-induced hearing loss represents a segment of the cancer survivor community with a severe burden of disease with great unmet medical need. An externally-led, FDA-approved Patient Focused Drug Development (PFDD) meeting on September 13, 2018 near Washington, DC will explore these issues in-depth. More information> 

The highlight of the month for many childhood cancer families CureFest is on the National Mall scheduled this year for September 15-16, 2018.  The event brings together 80 foundations and hundreds of families and advocates to the nation's capitol for two days of speeches, marches, rallies, walks, and entertainment. 

Be sure to stop by our booth at CureFest this year!  Children's Cause is proud to be a CureFest sponsor. More information>   

This webinar will disseminate the most recent childhood cancer treatment discoveries and drug/protocol approvals. Speakers will include some of the leading researchers in the nation. Register here>
 

There are plenty more events happening during September, both in DC and around the country, and we encourage you to check out the Coalition Against Childhood Cancer's Events Calendar to see if there's something going on in your area!

For questions about Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, please contact us at info@childrenscause.org or 202-552-7392.