The Max Cure Story
On the eve of his fourth birthday, Max Plotkin was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer known as B-Cell Lymphoma never before seen at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Max underwent two years of intense chemotherapy and is now considered a 12-year cancer survivor. The Plotkin family quickly learned about the lack of federal funding for childhood cancer research, and the financial strain families go through. As a result they decided to start The Max Cure Foundation.
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There are multiple ways you can support the Max Cure Foundation in our fight against childhood cancer. Please visit our fundraising page for ways to get involved, or make a donation today.
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