The Canines-N-Kids Foundation is working to put an end to the cancers children and our canine best friends BOTH develop - devastating cancers including bone and brain cancer, lymphoma and leukemia.
Join us and help "CRUSH CANCER AT BOTH ENDS OF THE LEASH"!
It's Spring and a perfect time to hold a BARKE SALE with goodies for people and pets! You can help us Crush Cancers kids & dogs BOTH develop! It's an easy and fun way to get out and do good....Learn More
Registration is open for the 3rd Annual Race on Saturday, September 28th, 2019 in Brambleton!
The first ever Paws for a Cure Research Symposium (Boston, November 12-13, 2018) was a resounding success! Check out videos and other highlights by clicking the image. Stay tuned for details on the 2nd Paws for a Cure Research Symposium planned for June 2020, to be announced soon!
tells the 2018 Paws for a Cure Research Symposium audience his compelling story of surviving childhood cancer, his life's work as a doctor and researcher, and why comparative cancer research is so compelling as a new way to make progress for kids and pups alike
Our Founder was honored as a 2018 Heroines of Washington Award Winner recently by the March of Dimes. Here she is on how it all began!
BOSTON, Ma. (November 14, 2018)—In search of a cure, several hundred leaders representing different aspects of the veterinary, pediatric, oncology, and the pharma industry came together for the Canines-N-Kids Foundation’s Paws for a Cure Research Symposium co-hosted by Merck at its Research Laboratories in Boston to discuss ways to accelerate cancer drug development for cancers that children and canines both develop. Canines-N-Kids Foundation is a nonprofit committed to promoting research that integrates efforts for the benefit of both kids and dogs with cancer.
CnK Advisory Board member Dr. Keila Torres is cancer surgeon at MD Anderson, and the mother of three Labrador retrievers and the author of the Sniffing for a Cure Blog and Guest Author of the CnK Blog this month, describing the devastating cancer our pets and kids share, and the efforts of the Paws for a Cure Symposium to help us Crush Cancer @ Both Ends of the Leash
At UC Davis, hundreds of dogs are participating in clinical trials of novel cancer treatments that certainly have application in animal medicine, but possibly in human medicine as well. Veterinary oncology is a field that extends animal research outside the vivarium deep into the public realm, with fascinating possibilities for human medicine.
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