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ABC2 thanks David and his fans for participating in the Mozilla Firefox Charity Challenge to help cure brain cancer.

Whether it’s American Idol or a celebrity charity contest, David Cook and his fans know what it takes to win.  Their passion and commitment to help cure brain cancer is what drove their spectacular showing in the Mozilla Firefox Charity Challenge. David and his fans raised over $40,000 for Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure (ABC2).

ABC2 Science Salon: Brain Cancer Research at Scripps Florida

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Derek Duckett, a top cancer researcher at the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute, will present a talk entitled, "Brain Cancer: Novel Therapies Fighting Back" on Tuesday, November 8th at The Club at Admiral's Cove in Jupiter, Florida.  Dr. Duckett is the associate scientific director of the Translational Research Institute at Scripps.  The event is hosted by The Rendina Family Foundation and co-sponsored by Genentech and Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure. 

2011 Annual Scientific Retreat

Wednesday, September 28, 2011 to Friday, September 30, 2011

Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure will hold its tenth annual Scientific Retreat from September 28-30th in Sausalito, California.  Leaders on the frontier of cancer research, along with top funders, convene to share promising translational research developments, foster collaboration and identify new opportunities for the coming year.

The retreat will be attended by preeminent scientists and clinicians, as well as patients, industry and government officials representing more than 25 institutions, including: UCLA, Genentech, Duke University, Amgen, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Google, UCSD, Tocagen, The Chordoma Foundation, Harvard/Dana Farber, UCSF, The National Brain Tumor Society,  Johns Hopkins, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Novartis, The V Foundation, Quintiles Innovation, Agios, The Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research and others.

The presentations will focus on innovations in translational research, including: multiple genetic pathways that lead to brain cancer, therapeutic potential of targeting the IDH1 gene, and immune therapy approaches to battling the disease.

Click here for the 2011 Annual Scientific Retreat agenda.

 

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The Promise of Research: Now and in the Future

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