Monthly Archives: January 2014

Johns Hopkins Lands Funding Based on Collaborative Project Model

January 29th, 2014|

Building on an initial grant awarded in 2013 focused on the development of human neural stem cell models of PLGA, Dr. Eric Rabbe and his team at Johns Hopkins […]

Combination drug therapy effective in children with recurrent, low-grade glioma

January 23rd, 2014|

Phase 2 Clinical Trial study using Bevacizumab plus irinotecan stabilized disease progression in a cohort of children with progressive, low-grade glioma

Dana Farber Cancer Institute’s Pediatric Brain Cancer Research is Producing Results

January 17th, 2014|

5 years ago, scientific discoveries in the pediatric brain cancer world were virtually unheard of. ┬áBut in 2013, the DFCI, in collaboration with scientific experts from around the world, […]

Pedal for Pediatric Brain Cancer Research with the TD Five Boro Bike Tour

January 16th, 2014|

A Kids' Brain Tumor Cure Foundation was selected as a charity partners in the 2014 TD Five Boro Bike Tour event

Alastair Moock Shares Song for the World’s Bravest Kids

January 15th, 2014|

Folk singer, Alastair Moock dedicates this song to all of the ‘bald, brave and beautiful children battling cancer.

Common genetic pathway could be conduit to pediatric brain tumor treatment

January 2nd, 2014|

Investigators at Johns Hopkins have found a known genetic pathway to be active in many difficult-to-treat pediatric brain tumors called low-grade gliomas, potentially offering a new target for the […]