We can’t do this on our own, we are working in collaboration with charities, institutions, industry and children’s hospitals all over the world.
We recognise we can’t solve this problem on our own and we’re committed to ensuring our work will lead to more drugs being studied for use in childhood cancers and eventually lead to more drugs approved to treat children. Better drugs will mean many more children will survive cancer.
Healx are a Cambridge based biotech company using machine learning and artificial intelligence to predict new uses for existing drugs.
Cures within Reach, are a US based not-for-profit who help connect researchers and funders to expedite repurposing research to quickly and affordably improve patient’s lives.
Kids Cancer ACT NOW consortium, comprising LifeArc, Beat Nb, BARNCANCER FONDEN, Alex’s Lemonade Stand, Zoé 4 Life, Solving Kids Cancer. We are working together to promote collaboration to progress the development of new cancer treatments for children.
European Neuroblastoma Association, an Italian charity created by parents, who support scientific research into the fight against neuroblastoma.
University of Birmingham, working with Dr Farhat Khanim and her team at CADRe, the Centre for Accelerated Drug Redeployment.