Families Band Together to Raise Money for UMN Cancer Research

The FDA recently approved the first gene therapy available in the United States for childhood leukemia, beginning a new era of cancer treatment. This has brought hope to many patients effected by the disease and many others. 20 families whose children are undergoing treatment at the U of M Medical School are starting a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for UMN cancer research.

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