NEW CURE. NEW HOPE.

A child's own immune system has the potential to cure their cancer. Welcome to Strong Against Cancer, a team effort that includes leading experts and people like you who will make cancer immunotherapy treatment a reality. With you on our team, cancer doesn't stand a chance.

Thank You for Making CELLEBRATION a Huge Success!

Thank you for an amazing evening! With your generous support, Strong Against Cancer raised over $15,000,000 this year to accelerate cures for kids! Together, we are making a future without childhood cancer a reality. With our science and your support, childhood cancer doesn’t stand a chance.

  • Milton, Cancer Survivor

Immunotherapy

Immunotherapy is the next great advancement in cancer treatment. Through cellular engineering, we enable the body’s own immune system to heal itself—without the harsh and often lifelong side effects of chemotherapy and radiation.

How Immunotherapy Works

93%

of patients achieved complete remission in the clinical trial using genetically reprogrammed T cells to treat acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

The Results

Most patients see success within weeks.

Not only do most immunotherapy patients see their cancer quickly go into remission, the side effects of the treatment are less harmful than aggressive chemo or radiation. Finally, a more effective and gentle treatment for childhood cancer is within our reach. And we’re already seeing results: a recent Seattle Children’s pediatric leukemia clinical trial resulted in a 93% complete remission rate in children with relapsed leukemia.

Join the Team

We have the science. We have the track record. The momentum is growing. All we lack are the funds to bring this treatment to more young patients, more quickly. Will you join the Strong Against Cancer team? As Russell says, “Every donor can make a difference. Why not you?”

Join the Team

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Strong Against Cancer is an initiative inspired by discoveries at the Ben Towne Center for Childhood Cancer Research at Seattle Children’s.

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