Help research on kid’s fatal cancers via Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation

Help research on kid's fatal cancers via Alex’s Lemonade Stand FoundationThe Knoepfler lab has formed a team to raise research funds to try to find new treatments and hopefully cures for kids facing a type of mostly fatal brain tumors. Here’s the team page. If you can give us a hand by joining the team or making a donation that’d be wonderful. Any help would be appreciated.

The way it works is that this great pediatric cancer foundation called Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, from whom I recently got a 2-year grant, will match all the money we raise dollar for dollar to give the funding a further boost. So for every $1 we raise, our lab’s Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation-supported children’s brain tumor research gets $2 more of support beyond the grant.

As part of the team, we simply indicate that we will walk, run, or bike (or some combo of the three) a certain number of miles by December 31. Participants can self-record mileage or you can do it via an App like Fitbit or others.

Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation

Here’s more info from the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center about the specific childhood cancer research & the cool back story of Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation 🍋🍋🍋🍋🍋🍋.

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  1. Supposed need start activities in Indonesia,my clinic will be happy to support.
    We already have new 2 floors building (totally 1300 sq meters), dedicated to humanity (design have Biotech’s lab in 2nd floor and apartment for Scientist),could use FOR FREE !
    I offer FREE stay and meals(including picnic) to all Scientists interested visit and start activities here .
    I don’t have enough money to buy the Lab’s equipments , so I only could support with free building and accomodation.
    It;’s all for non profit works.
    My son al;so could volunteer as Biotech’s Scientist (Under Grad in Mol Bio and BioChem of Colorado State Univ.Fort Collins USA (2003) and Master in mammalian Cells Culture of Univ of New South Wales Australia (2005) (this moment in TOKYO)
    My email : [email protected]

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