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Our team is on a mission to make childhood cancer universally survivable!

Every year, the FDA approves on average 12 drugs to treat adult cancer, but has only approved 8 drugs to treat childhood cancer since 1978. 

Since our inception in 2015, cc-TDI has pushed two drugs into three clinical trials to treat childhood cancer.

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Touched by Cancer – Siblings Share their Stories

To honor cancer siblings and their experiences on National Sibling Day, we partnered with some of our bravest supporters, willing to share their stories in their own words. The following are excerpts from their personal essays along with helpful tips from Dr. Amii Steele, Chief of Pediatric Psychology and Neuropsychology at Levine Children’s Hospital in Charlotte, NC on ways to provide support for those coping with long-term medical conditions. It goes without saying that the relationship between siblings is unique. When one of the children in a household is diagnosed with a serious illness, everything

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A dedicated research team

Our research team is exploring and testing state-of-the-art treatment options for the most urgent issues facing children with cancer. 

Working in our own freestanding research institution allows us to act swiftly and nimbly to achieve results—bringing cost control, speed, purpose, and focus to translate effective treatments into the clinic. To get there, we perform basic science and translational research in our industrial modern lab site (a paint factory remodeled by Nike as an off-site creative space), adjacent to the Silicon Forest in Oregon.