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Seven Things $1 Million Can Do For Children With Cancer

 

During Alex’s Million Mile in September, supporters raised over $1 million for childhood cancer research and supportive services for families! All year long, Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) uses this money to fund projects at every stage of research to ensure cures are being found today and for the future. 

Here are seven ways $1 million helps children with cancer:

In the Genes: How Science Is Fighting Ewing’s Sarcoma

by Trish Adkins

It all starts with what seems to be normal pain and a bump. 

To a parent, their child is just complaining about something painful on their arm, leg or pelvis. The pain worsens. The bump lingers. And after many visits to the doctor, a diagnosis is finally made—Ewing’s sarcoma, the second most common type of childhood bone cancer

Five Childhood Cancer Researchers Making Breakthroughs

 

by Trish Adkins, ALSF

Every time you make a donation for a cup of Alex’s Lemonade, you are moving researchers closer to breakthroughs. Since our beginnings, Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation has been dedicated to funding innovative, cutting-edge childhood cancer research. With your support, we’ve funded over 690 research grants since 2005!

Neuroblastoma: Searching for the Achilles Heel of Childhood Cancer

Neuroblastoma, the type of cancer our founder Alex Scott battled, is the most-common extra-cranial solid tumor in childhood. Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) has helped power research that is getting us closer to cures every day. Researchers like Dr. John Maris from the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and Dr.

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