In the United States, cancer is the number one disease killer of children. Yet pediatric cancer isn’t exclusive to America; it’s a global epidemic that affects more than 300,000 children around the world.
Rally-Funded Research Supports New Cancer Vaccine Technology Developed by Doctors Elias Sayour & Brian Stover
At the University of Florida, Rally Researchers Dr. Elias Sayour MD, PhD and Dr. Brian Stover MD are busy studying the most common form of bone cancer in children and adolescents: osteosarcoma. Through support from the Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research, they secured federal funding from the U.S. Department of Defense, which led to the development of a new cancer vaccine technology.
Sport-loving Rally kid Maddy has a long history of being on the go, so when she started complaining of knee pain two years ago, no one doubted it was just the product of activity. Cheerleading and softball taxed the teenager’s different muscle groups, an orthopedist said. Physical therapists put the then-13-year-old on a standard program.
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