CURESEARCH

 

CureSearch for Children’s Cancer is a national nonprofit dedicated to making sure there are better, less toxic treatments available to every child diagnosed with cancer. CureSearch is currently working on an aggressive research pipeline that will fund pediatric research grants and clinical trials that have a high chance of becoming successful children's cancer treatments.

 

Love Your Melon is proud to come alongside CureSearch in support of accelerating leading pediatric cancer research. To date, we have given $718,607 across two different programs: Dr. Davis’s Research and the Catapult Project.

 

A portion of these funds support Dr. Davis, a Young Investigator who is conducting research on acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) at Stanford University. To learn more about Dr. Davis’s research, read her CureSearch feature or check out our blog post outlining our support of her work.


Additionally, we are dedicating funds to support the Catapult Ignition Project. This project aims to identify the most promising research and the main hurdles blocking these treatments from reaching clinical tests. Once the strongest research projects are identified, our funds will allow these studies to move out of the academic lab and into trials, where they actually reach children. Ultimately, this means leading research will turn into real, significant results that will save children now.

CURESEARCH

 

CureSearch for Children’s Cancer is a national nonprofit dedicated to making sure there are better, less toxic treatments available to every child diagnosed with cancer. CureSearch is currently working on an aggressive research pipeline that will fund pediatric research grants and clinical trials that have a high chance of becoming successful children's cancer treatments.

 

Love Your Melon is proud to come alongside CureSearch in support of accelerating leading pediatric cancer research. To date, we have given $718,607 across two different programs: Dr. Davis’s Research and the Catapult Project.

 

A portion of these funds support Dr. Davis, a Young Investigator who is conducting research on acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) at Stanford University. To learn more about Dr. Davis’s research, read her CureSearch feature or check out our blog post outlining our support of her work.


Additionally, we are dedicating funds to support the Catapult Ignition Project. This project aims to identify the most promising research and the main hurdles blocking these treatments from reaching clinical tests. Once the strongest research projects are identified, our funds will allow these studies to move out of the academic lab and into trials, where they actually reach children. Ultimately, this means leading research will turn into real, significant results that will save children now.