As the parent, relative or friend of a child battling a brain tumor, we share a critically important vision to find more effective, less toxic treatments and a cure. There is no alternative. It will require tens of millions of dollars to achieve such a monumental goal. Raising funds for childhood cancer philanthropies like AKBTC will directly impact researchers’ abilities to discover new therapies. Take a look at some of the best ways you can help children battling brain cancer fight for their dreams, not for their lives. Join us today!
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- Public philanthropies, like A Kids’ Brain Tumor Cure, significantly impact this process by providing the initial ‘seed-funding’ or financial support that researchers require to prove conceptual integrity and efficacy of their projects. By funding the significantly lower costs of creating blueprints for potential cures, public philanthropies ensure that committed researchers will have the opportunity to, in turn, access much larger government funds to bring the projects to fruition.