Chasing Away Childhood Cancer

  • Why should you care about our 990 form?

    Why should you care about our 990 form? A 990 form provides the public with valuable information about Chase After A Cure. If you are thinking of donating to our cause, this is a great way to see what your money will go towards. Or, …

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  • Childhood Cancer Action Awareness

    In case you didn’t know, May is a very important month for cancer. May happens to be National Cancer Research Month and what better way to get involved than by joining the Alliance for Childhood Cancer in their support for the Childhood Cancer STAR Act. …

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  • We Need Your Support!

    We need people to help us support the Peer-Reviewed Young Adult, Adolescent and Pediatric Cancer Research Program within the Department of Defense Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program submitted by Congressman McCaul (R-TX) and Congressman Peters (D-CA). This bill is a request for $30 Million to …

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    5th Annual Drive Away Childhood Cancer Golf Tournament

    Chase After A Cure will be partnering with the Marriott Business Council of Charleston to host our 5th annual golf tournament on Friday, September 23, 2016, at Patriots Point Links at Charleston Harbor. The proceeds of this event will be used to help us further …

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  • The Benefits of Volunteering

    In light of it being National Volunteer Week, let’s talk about volunteering. 1. What is a volunteer? 2. Why is volunteering so important? 3. What are the benefits of volunteering? 4. Why should you volunteer? 5. What is National Volunteer Week? 6. How can I …

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  • First-Hand Coping Advice for Moms Whose Kids Have Cancer

    The last thing any mom wants to hear is that their kid has cancer. It’s news that not only devastates parents but other members of the family, too. It’s a time that brings change, but that also requires phenomenal strength, not only from the person …

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  • 10 Facts That You Should Know About Cancer.

    Did you know that cancer cells are just regular cells that have mutated? What this means is that cancer is a disease that can affect each and every one of us. It’s estimated that 15,780 children will be diagnosed with cancer in 2016 and approximately …

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  • Just 5 minutes of your time has the potential to save countless lives!

    By taking only a few minutes to lobby for the OPEN ACT, you can ensure that thousands of children who suffer from rare disease, such as pediatric cancers, have access to the treatment they need to survive. Orphan Product Extensions Now, Accelerating Cures & Treatments, …

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  • Shining the Light on Immunotherapy: the Pros and Cons of Targeted Treatment

    Our immune system is a complex network of biological processes designed to help protect our bodies from infection and or disease. White blood cells produced in our bone marrow are released into our blood, and act as weapons attacking and destroying the foreign bodies and …

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  • Charleston Gives Its Heart to Chase After a Cure for Cancer

    On Saturday, February 6th, 2016, at the Gaillard Center in Charleston, 500 guests and 50 volunteers came together to advocate and support the chase to find a cure for childhood cancers such as neuroblastoma. “I am in complete awe of tonight,” said Whitney Ringler, founder …

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