END KIDS CANCER
- Advocacy & Human Rights
- Children & Youth
- Health & Medicine
Location1150 FULLER RDSN LUIS OBISPO, CA 93401 United States
Our mission is to provide financial support for research that will cure neuroblastoma, the deadliest pediatric solid tumor, with an emphasis on non-toxic treatments. This research benefits other cancers. We also educate families on how to find the most effective and appropriate treatments and how to overcome the financial and emotional challenges that prohibit many families from getting the best treatments for their children. In addition, we provide information to families to prevent their children from developing cancer and other non-communicable diseases (birth defects and more) because of exposure to toxins in their food and environment.
There are children in communities all across the country with a deadly form of childhood cancer, neuroblastoma, the most common solid cancer among infants. These children are fighting for their lives. Fewer than half will survive. These children are our focus.
FDA and NCI funding has followed our support of early phases of cancer research of some of the most promising non-toxic treatments using immunotherapy. The Bivalent Vaccine trial we supported reduced cancer relapse rates by 50% for a certain group of kids.
Many children succumb to their disease needlessly because their doctors and parents are unaware of the most effective treatments. We wrote a cancer guide. It shows families how to find the most effective treatments. It also shows families how to overcome the financial and emotional obstacles that may prevent them from getting the most effective treatment for their children. Our cancer guide earned us an invitation to the White House to represent pediatric cancer research at the Cancer Moonshot Summit.
While the treatments for cancer are extending children’s lives, the incidence of cancer and other non-communicable diseases are on the rise. This is why we recruited the world authority on prevention to show parents the steps they can take to reduce their child’s exposure to dangerous toxins that cause these diseases.