The Max Cure Foundation is so excited to introduce our newest Program Coordinator, Kevin Healy. He joined the foundation on July 6th and has shown tremendous passion for the cause and we have no doubt that he will be a very valuable asset in the fight against childhood cancer. Kevin's enthusiasm is as contagious as his work ethic and he brings a smile to the face of everyone he meets. When you look up the term "go-getter" you will probably find his picture as he will stop at nothing in order to get the job done. He fits perfectly within the MCF team.
Richard was invited to speak at the CBI.net industry conference identified as Expanded Access Programs to discuss the issue of Patient Perspective on Compassionate Use and Early Access to Life-Transforming Treatment.
525 America, the American contemporary sweater brand, is again teaming up with Hamptons Magazine to sponsor the KNIT FOR A CURE campaign benefiting The Max Cure Foundation. 525 America will donate 20% of the proceeds from the sale of their color block tweed turtleneck sweater to MCF.
For some time, childhood cancer advocates have been seeking the appointment of a pediatric oncologist to the National Cancer Advisory Board (“NCAB”). On June 18, 2015 this palpable absence was finally brought to a close with the announcement that Peter Adamson, MD was being appointed to the NCAB
The Girl Scout Troop of Southern Az used a portion of their cookie money to buy $1,050 in gift cards for Arizona families who have a child battling cancer. In addition they have collected over 1,500 pair of sneakers for our Dunk Your Kicks program.