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Junior Board Go for Gold Tournament
May 17, 2014
Join SKC's Junior Board for an afternoon of spring fun in form of a Beer Pong Tournament! This dynamic group of young professionals will host an afternoon that will harken back to the days (or nights) of your college career. But, this time, its all in the spirit of raising critical funding for childhood cancer research.
On Saturday, May 17th, grab your friends and join the Solving Kids' Cancer Jr. Board Members for an afternoon of beer pong games/open bar. There will be brackets, prizes, and everything!
The tournament will be held at 13th Step (149 2nd Ave, btwn 9th & 10th st) from 2-5pm.Doors open at1:30pm and the beer pong games/open bar will start at 2.
After 5pm, it will be a cash bar with half priced drinks.
Tickets are $50 until April 30th. After that, tickets will be $60 both online and at the door. Proceeds from the ticket sales will benefit Solving Kids’ Cancer.
5th Annual Spring Celebration
May 07, 2014
Each May, SKC's Spring Celebration gala brings together a community of caring professionals in finance, fashion, media, and science to raise critical funding for childhood cancer research.
Novel Clinical Research Webinar for Families, Caregivers and Researchers
August 29, 2013
To help increase awareness about the latest developments in clinical research/trials for kids with neuroblastoma and other deadly childhood cancers, SKC has started a 30-minute Webinar series geared towards families, caregivers and researchers.
Join us online this Thursday, August 29 from 4:00PM - 4:30PM EST for our webinar entitled, "Immunotherapy for Neuroblastoma/Solid Tumors using a Child's Own Genetically modified T-cells "
This type of immunotherapy is at the vanguard of clinical cancer research and has demonstrated early dramatic results including complete responses in some adults and children with blood cancers. Researchers are now attempting to duplicate this success with pediatric solid tumors.
We are excited to have Dr. Dr. Chrystal Louis, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics - Hematology/Oncology at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital present an overview of this next-generation immunotherapy that will be in clinical trials for childhood cancers within months. Dr. Louis and her colleagues at Baylor/Texas Children's are among the leading investigators in the world in novel immunotherapy for childhood cancers. This is a great opportunity to hear from the researchers themselves in a convenient and lay-friendly format.
REGISTER TODAY by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be an opportunity for Questions & Answers at the conclusion of the presentation.
This webinar is limited to the first 100 registrants. We look forward to you joining us.