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Kate Amato Foundation spreads Kate’s Kindness and Prepares for Kate Kombo

Kate Amato Foundation Spreads Kate’s Kindness and Prepares for Kate Kombo

During Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, The Kate Amato Foundation delivered care packages to pediatric cancer patients, parents and healthcare heroes at Wolfson Children’s Hospital and Nemours Children’s Health. They are also gearing up for the Inaugural Kate Kombo Golf & Pickleball Tournament in October to help fund innovative, non-toxic treatments for childhood cancer.

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Kate Amato Foundation awards $75K in grants for pediatric cancer research

The Kate Amato Foundation is continuing to honor Childhood Cancer Awareness Month this September with two major announcements.
The foundation is awarding $75,000 to fund two groundbreaking pediatric cancer research projects. In addition, it has launched Kate’s Kindness Project, which provides immediate direct support to local children hospitalized with cancer.

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KAF News

Foundation helping fund cancer research

The Kate Amato Foundation (KAF) is continuing to honor Childhood Cancer Awareness Month this September with two announcements. They are awarding $75,000 to fund two pediatric cancer research projects, which serves the organization’s mission. The organization has also launched Kate’s Kindness Project, which provides immediate direct support to local children hospitalized with cancer.

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Kate Amato Foundation awards $75,000 in grants for pediatric cancer research

The Kate Amato Foundation continues to honor Childhood Cancer Awareness Month this September with two exciting announcements. The foundation has awarded $75,000 to fund two groundbreaking pediatric cancer research projects. The group has also launched Kate’s Kindness Project, which provides immediate direct support to local children hospitalized with cancer.

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Childhood Cancer Research Team at Nationwide Children’s Hospital Awarded $10.2 Million Moonshot Grant

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health announced it has awarded one of its Cancer Moonshot grants to Timothy Cripe, MD, PhD, chief of the division of Hematology, Oncology & Blood and Marrow Transplant and Elaine Mardis, PhD, co-executive director of the Steve and Cindy Rasmussen Institute for Genomic Medicine at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

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