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Making a cure possible for even more children: Using a mother’s bone marrow to save her child

At Cure2Children, offering the possibility of a cure to children suffering from life-threatening blood disorders is our top priority. A cure means, bone marrow transplantation from a healthy sibling to the sibling in need. Yet we too often receive inquiries from families with only one child or with siblings that are not compatible, and are therefore these families are left with little hope. But, what if every mother could be a donor for her child? At Cure2Children we are dedicating ourselves to making maternal bone marrow an option. Read more about Making a cure possible for even more children: Using a mother’s bone marrow to save her child

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Italy supports Cure2Children’s bone marrow transplant unit in Pakistan

The Pakistani-Italian Debt-for-Development Swap Agreement (PIDSA), signed between the Government of the Italian Republic and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, sees local empowerment and true sustainability in what Cure2Children is doing, and is willing to put its support behind our project. Read more about Italy supports Cure2Children’s bone marrow transplant unit in Pakistan

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Helping children with thalassemia - Sankalp India Foundation’s experience

Sankalp India Foundation is a voluntary organisation based in Bangalore, India that helps children suffering from Thalassemia gets proper care and treatment. Around 200 children with Thalassemia from across south India are supported through the Thalassemia day care centre established by Sankalp in Indira Gandhi Institute of Child Health Hospital in Bangalore. Read more about Helping children with thalassemia - Sankalp India Foundation’s experience

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Connect with us on social networking sites

We have an active social media presence to help you stay in touch with us and what’s being done to fight children’s blood disorders and cancers. You can now connect with us on all major social networking sites to stay connected with us and be informed of all our news and updates. Read more about Connect with us on social networking sites

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Cure2Children Foundation publications are now available online

Did you know that the Cure2Children Foundation has written several peer-reviewed article and scientific publications related to pediatric hematology oncology and curing children in low-resource medical centers? Read all about it! Read more about Cure2Children Foundation publications are now available online

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Want to know about Thalassemia? Check out our Thalassemia Awareness video to learn about what causes this blood disorder and the challenges faced by children with it.

Check out this Thalassemia Awareness video developed by Nivethan Trust, India with support from the Cure2Children Foundation. Read more about Want to know about Thalassemia? Check out our Thalassemia Awareness video to learn about what causes this blood disorder and the challenges faced by children with it.

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Success! Cure2Children launches the Global Neuroblastoma Network (GNN) website

Neuroblastoma is a form of cancer that starts in certain types of very primitive nerve cells found in an embryo or fetus. This type of cancer occurs in infants and young children. It is the third most common type of Childhood Cancer after Leukemia and brain tumors. It is also the leading single cause of cancer deaths of children under 5. Read more about Success! Cure2Children launches the Global Neuroblastoma Network (GNN) website

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A Look Back: Cure2Children Achievements from 2012

At Cure2Children we believe that every child has the right to the best standards of care. We are committed to ensuring that children with severe blood diseases like leukemia, thalassemia, and sickle cell have access to an affordable cure locally. While there have milestones ahead, take a look at what we accomplished in 2012. Read more about A Look Back: Cure2Children Achievements from 2012

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