January 26, 2015
Jonathan Agin

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Jonathan shares how hackers are using the tragic death of a child who battled cancer as a new form of email scam.
January 16, 2015
Jonathan Agin

Childhood Cancer| The Choices a Parent is Forced to Make

Jonathan Agin shares his thoughts on how the story of Cassandra C, highlights many of the existing issues that need to be addressed for children diagnosed with cancer.
January 5, 2015

Max Cure Foundation Welcomes Jonathan Agin

I want to introduce our followers to Jonathan Agin who joined The Max Cure Foundation (MCF) as of January 1, 2015. I met Jonathan as a […]
December 29, 2014
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Max Cure Foundation’s Year End Round Up

The Max Cure Foundation's Vice-Chairman, Richard Plotkin, Shares our 2014 Year at a Glance. Together We Will Roar For a Cure Until One is Found!
September 25, 2014

Pediatric Cancer Awareness in Washington D.C.

Last week was an eye opener for me as I travelled to Washington, DC, to attend several events in honor of Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month.  I […]
September 2, 2014

Live or Let Die | Who Makes The Hard Decisions

When a life is on the line, who makes that call as to whether the individual should receive experimental treatments? The story of how a friendship started. A contribution by Richard Plotkin, Max Cure Vice-Chairman.
August 16, 2014

To Light Up The Night Sky

How many people does it take to light the Empire State Building Gold for Childhood Cancers Awareness? Apparently too many as they continue to refuse.
August 5, 2014

Informed Plea For Compassionate Use

A childhood cancer advocate and clinical pharmacist gives her informed plea for why Compassionate Use makes sense for Nathalie.
August 5, 2014

Compassionate Use | Who Decides When its a Child’s Life?

Richard Plotkin, Vice-Chair of The Max Cure Foundation explains compassionate use when it relates to pediatric cancer and his take on the ethical issues.