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The Max Cure Foundation has been invited to attend the Summer’s Best Office Party and we would like to extend that invitation to you!  (more…)

The Max Cure Foundation recently received a request to start a Dunk Your Kicks collection from 10th grader, Leah Glucksman, in Scarsdale, NY.  (more…)

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As a trial lawyer for 40 years until my retirement a few years back to form The Max Cure Foundation, I was involved in thousands of cases – some I won, some I lost and most were settled. 

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As a result of my involvement as one of several members of the Coalition Against Childhood Cancer (CAC2) that played a significant role in saving the life of 7-year old Josh Hardy last March, I am continuing to receive the oft-stated “15 minutes of fame.” (more…)

Jonathan Agin HeadshotMax Cure Foundation is privileged to have had Jonathan Agin join its ranks as of January 1, 2015.  Jonathan and I are both involved with the Coalition Against Childhood Cancer (CAC2).  (more…)

I recently introduced my friend Tom, who fought in Vietnam in the late 1960’s, as a former Marine.  Tom immediately interrupted me and said, “I am not a former Marine, I am a Marine – there are no former Marines.”   (more…)

savejosh (3)I have seen the good and the bad in the entire debate and process of the issue of compassionate use, or expanded access. Many families who have children diagnosed with cancer without accepted protocols at one point or another find a drug that they believe would be of benefit to their child. It begins from desperation. A parent facing the unthinkable: the loss of their child.  (more…)

Noah EasterdayIn December of 2014, Noah Easterday was a normal, happy 17-month-old little boy until his parents noticed something wasn’t right. Suddenly, little Noah lost his appetite. Like most parents, his Mom and Dad initially thought was simply a phase he was going through. (more…)

Jonathan Agin HeadshotI have already had the honor of being introduced to the Max Cure family by Vice-Chairman Richard Plotkin, accordingly I will spare everyone the details of my background, how I came to work with the Max Cure Foundation and what I will be doing. (more…)

Alexis Jonathans daughterJPGSince our daughter Alexis’ diagnosis with DIPG, (diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma), in April 2008, my wife and I have witnessed tremendous acts of kindness and humanity from total strangers on many occasions. When Alexis passed away in January 2011, the outpouring from across the globe comforted us and assured us that Alexis touched so many. (more…)