Seattle Children’s is working on immunotherapy for solid tumors like 8-year-old Mason's so that he and other kids can avoid harmful medicines and procedures. The STRIvE-01 trial is currently recruiting children with solid tumor cancers that either couldn’t be cured or reoccurred.
At age 3 months, Greta was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia and needed a bone marrow transplant, which was successful but led to complications. Three months later, Greta relapsed, and her parents, who live in Portland, found a Stand Up To Cancer – St. Baldrick’s Pediatric Cancer Dream Team clinical trial at Seattle Children’s that was accepting babies.
Be Bold, Be Bald! is an annual event that raises money and awareness for the fight against cancer. Money from this year's Be Bold, Be Bald! will benefit Crush Kids' Cancer (CKC), a fundraising guild for Seattle Children's.
At 2, Erin Cross was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and her one chance at a miracle came in the form of a cancer treatment trial at Seattle Children’s Hospital: a new form of T cell immunotherapy — one that if successful, held the promise of saving countless other young lives.