From stories of children overcoming odds and the families who support them to incredible accounts of people coming together to raise money and awareness for pediatric cancer research, these stories will inspire you and help envision a future free from childhood cancer. Learn more about the obstacles our cancer heroes are overcoming and how the community is helping researchers find a cure. Have a story of your own? Please contact us at PCRF so we can share the HOPE.
Learn more about our cancer warriors and how they are inspiring support for cancer research through their stories of bravery and triumph. Your support can make a difference in the lives of children and families just like these.
Just one person can make a difference. Read the inspiring stories of individuals, companies and other groups who have helped give hope by supporting pediatric cancer research. You can make a difference too.
Meet the researchers who are behind the scenes working hard to change the face of childhood cancer every day. It’s their hard work, innovation, and dedication to the cause that makes all the difference.
Meet Brynn, an 8-year-old, fierce warrior of Ewing Sarcoma (EWS). After experiencing a mild cough for a week and fast, labored breathing, Brynn's parents took her to the ER in December 2018 where doctors found
We'd like you to meet Dr. Eugenie Kleinerman, Basic Science Grant Recipient from The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. These types of grants fund work that is the basis for childhood cancer research,
Funding Lifesaving Research with Dr. Jenna Sopfe We’d like you to meet Dr. Jenna Sopfe, Emerging Research Grant recipient from the University of Colorado, Denver. These types of grants encourage and cultivate the best and
Funding Lifesaving Research with Dr. Michael Hogarty We’d like you to meet Dr. Michael Hogarty, Basic Science Research Grant recipient from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. These types of grants fund work that is the basis
Funding Lifesaving Research with Dr. Leo Wang We’d like you to meet Dr. Leo Wang, Translational Research Grant recipient from Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope. These type grants fund new research protocols
Survivors of pediatric cancer overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles in order to fight their cancer, regain their health, and live a normal childhood. That’s why PCRF is committed to improving the quality of life for those
Funding Lifesaving Research with Dr. Jana Ellegast We’d like you to meet Dr. Jana Ellegast, Emerging Research Grant recipient from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. These grants encourage and cultivate the best and brightest researchers of the future and
The Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation (PCRF) values its partnerships with companies that not only want to make a difference in a child’s life today, but are committed to investing in promising research that helps children
Every day, 43 kids are diagnosed with cancer. We’ve partnered with businesses to help support our mission of funding leading edge research offering the best hope for a cure of childhood cancer. Make a difference,
PRESS RELEASE as posted by MD Anderson Cancer Center BOSTON and HOUSTON ― Ziopharm Oncology, Inc., and The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center today announced a new research and development agreement relating to
Meet Kenny, Dribble for the Cure Honorary Team Captain! Kenny is one of our long-standing Dribble heroes! He has participated and been an Honorary Captain since 2012. He continues to be a spokesperson for UCLA
Lucas is our Dribble for the Cure Honorary Team Captain! Lucas was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) at the young age of 7 months old. He was treated at UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital over
Grayson was diagnosed with leukemia at 4 years old en route to a Disney Cruise. During his three-plus years of chemotherapy treatments, Grayson met and made friends with some of the UCLA Women's basketball team,