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Cure2Children supported workshop in Pakistan on quality assurance

Cure2Children organized the workshop, “Quality assurance in BMT unit,” at PIMS Children’s Hospital in Islamabad, Pakistan on the 18th and 19th of December 2013. Click here to learn more.

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Cure2Children at the American Society of Hematology’s Annual Meeting & Expo

Cure2Children’s results were presented at the 55th Annual Meeting and Expo of the American Society of Hematology (ASH) held in Los Angeles on December 07, 2013. Click here to learn more.

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STOPThalassemia Center in Sri Lanka is all set to start

Sri Lanka has over 2000 children suffering from thalassemia and there is no center offering a cure. Cure2Children in partnership with Kurunegala Thalassemia Association is all set to start the STOPThalassemia Center in Sri Lanka focused on prevention and cure of the disease. Click here to read more.

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Cure2Children is featured in the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s online magazine!

Cure2Children featured in the November edition of ASCO Connection, one of the most important oncological online magazines in circulation. Check this out!

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Cure2Children presents at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Hematology

Cure2Children’s abstract has been accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology, the most important hematology meeting globally! Click here to learn more.

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Meet Zainab Bibi. Born with thalassemia and cured. She will now spend the rest of her life living like a normal child, thanks to Cure2Children’s STOPThalassemia center

Without Cure2Children’s STOPThalassemia center, little Zainab would have to have blood transfusions for the rest of her life, increasing her risk of acquiring other blood maladies. However thanks to the presence of this STOPThalassemia center in Islamabad, Zainab is cured and will spend the rest of her life living like a normal child. Give Zainab’s story a voice, read it.

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Meet Abeera Noor. Born with thalassemia, but cured at Cure2Children’s STOPThalassemia center in Islamabad

Abeera Noor will celebrate her fourth birthday this coming October, as a healthy, thalassemia free child. Her parents no longer need to worry about paying for monthly blood transfusions or worry if Abeera will be able to grow properly without enough red blood cells. Join the STOPThalassemia movement. Start by giving people with thalssemia a voice. Read Abeera’s story.

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Cure2Children at Duke University

Cure2Children’s results were presented at the workshop on Evidence-Based Practice in Paediatric Oncology Nursing held at Duke University. The findings of the workshops will dictate the best practice in blood transfusion therapy worldwide and will also be used to make recommendations for global practice change.

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Meet Rameez Azam. Born with thalassemia, but cured at Cure2Children’s STOPThalassemia center in Islamabad

Today, Rameez is 4 years old and thalassemia free. No more blood transfusions. No more chelation therapy. No more sleepless nights for Azam and Fatima (until their boys become teenagers, of course). Read this story to understand what it is like for so many families affected by thalassemia.

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Fight Sickle Cell Disease in Angola. Support the Cure2Children Foundation

Angola is a country in Southern Africa. 20% of it's population are carriers of sickle-cell disease (SCD). Chances are you’ve heard of it, but don’t know exactly what it is and just how much it affects people’s lives. The Cure2Children Foundation is responding to a request from Angola to build their capacity to offer a cure for sickle-cell disease locally, safely, and affordably.

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