Kids Beating Cancer provides access to life-saving treatments through the science of cellular therapy and advancing pediatric innovative, novel, research, moving new discoveries to patient care, while supporting the children and their families throughout the journey to a cure.
The goal of CAMINATA CON FLOW is to heighten awareness about the issues of cancer in the Hispanic community, as well as provide information on community resources. CAMINATA CON FLOW recognizes the strength of survivors, their family and friends, heightens awareness, promotes early detection and the search for a cure.
Did you know?
- An estimated 2,700 Hispanic children (ages 0-14) in the US will be diagnosed with cancer in 2018, accounting for about 2% of cancer cases in Hispanics.
- ·From 2006 to 2015, incidence rates for childhood and adolescent cancer increased, on average, by 0.8% and 1.8% per year, respectively, among Hispanics
- ·An estimated 300 to 400 Hispanic children younger than 15 years of age will die from cancer in 2018. Childhood cancer is the second-leading cause of death among both Hispanic and non-Hispanic white children ages 1-14, following accidents.