RACE for Children Act Signed into Law

The RACE (Research to Accelerate Cures and Equity for Children Act) became law on August 18, 2017 following bi-partisan and collaborative action in Congress.  This now provides childhood cancer equal footing on some drugs as they are developed for adult cancers. Surprising to many, the Pediatric Research Equity Act (PREA) of 2003 did not achieve…

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FDA Approves CART-19

It is extremely encouraging that in less than 6 years CART-19 went from new clinical trial status to Food & Drug Administration (FDA) approval for treatment. The very first FDA approved immunotherapy treatment was for an adult prostate cancer in 2010. In 2011, six-year old Emily Whitehead received the first pediatric trial of a novel…

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Give This Week to Double Your Impact

Today though May 10, your gift gets boosted! Every dollar you donate will be proportionally matched by either the Seattle Foundation or the United Way of Kitsap County, AND Make Some Noise National, so that we will actually receive at least 2x more research money than you donate! Support Kids’ Cancer research today, and double…

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Make Some Noise Scores Big in Program Giving Efficiency Rating

Make Some Noise Giving Efficiency Rating is 97% out of 100% ! Make Some Noise – Northwest, timely filed U.S. Treasury Form 990-EZ for the calendar Year 2014, reporting Total Revenue of $97,128.00, and Grants made of $94,125.00. This confirms that 97% of every private donation dollar received here in the Northwest went through to pediatric cancer research in…

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Malcolm Presents Dr. Jensen with New Grant

July 14, 2015 was the 6th anniversary of founder Malcolm Sutherland-Foggio’s last chemotherapy treatment for pelvic Ewing’s Sarcoma. To mark the date, Malcolm (who is interning at the Seattle Children’s Hospital Ben Towne Center for Childhood Cancer Research this summer) joined Make Some Noise – Northwest President Jack Sutherland in presenting a Research Grant check for $50,000.00 to…

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Very good news for young cancer patients

The Seattle Times recently ran an article in which they featured a “promising Seattle Children’s clinical trial”. You guessed right, they are talking about our very own Dr. Jensen and the amazing success he is having. Please be sure to read the full article so you can get a glimpse into where Make Some Noise…

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Strong Against Cancer!

Russell Wilson with children, Strong for Cancer

What do Seahawks QB Russell Wilson, Seattle Children’s Hospital Research Foundation, and Make Some Noise: Cure Kids Cancer have in common? We are all STRONG AGAINST CANCER!  Seattle Children’s has launched a multi-year $100 Million fundraising campaign to support research that scientists believe has the ability to cure some types of childhood cancer within the…

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One Call for All

One Call for All, Bainbridge Island

The Bainbridge Island-wide annual One Call for All campaign is now operational. Please consider making a donation to Make Some Noise – NW by using this secure and convenient opportunity now. Use the Red envelope received in the mail, or go online to onecallforall.org. Find Make Some Noise at #198 or alphabetically in the list of…

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Bainbridge Youth Services honors teens

Make Some Noise – NW Junior Board members Tally Black-Brown, Maxsena Butler, and Ben LaRoche were the featured speakers for the annual Compassionate Action Awards celebration held on November 23, 2014. Also recognized for their involvement in the extremely successful June 5 fundraiser CURE IS NOW 2014 were: Anna Cinnamon, Emma Covert, Connor Cunningham, Charlotte…

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Seattle Children’s begins immunotherapy research trial for Neuroblastoma

Based upon the previous success with immunotherapy for patients with recurring leukemia, Seattle Children’s Research Institute announced the opening of patient enrollment for its new FDA authorized clinical trial designed to induce remission in children suffering from Neuroblastoma, one of the deadliest forms of childhood cancer. The Phase 1 trial is one of the first…

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