Did you Know?
Cancer is the leading cause of natural death between the ages of 1 and 19?
David Margolis, M.D.
Program director, Bone Marrow Transplant, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
Professor, the Medical College of Wisconsin
Dr. Margolis is trying to change the statistics. His goal is 100 percent quality of life survival for every child diagnosed with cancer. He and his team at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin enroll 90 percent of their patients in more than 140 open clinical trials, which means he collaborates with experts worldwide to bring kids the most innovative treatments here in Wisconsin or direct them to potentially life-saving therapies elsewhere — pushing the borders and boundaries of possibility for every child, everywhere. We are all part of a greater community of hope. Ground breaking research, he says, is the key to finding treatments and cures that will alleviate suffering and give kids a chance – not just for survival, but for long, healthy lives. Donate to be a part of the solution.
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