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Children's Cancer Foundation Hong Kong
Funded: 01-01-2010 through 12-31-2010
Funding Type: Beneficiary Outside the U.S.
Institution Location: Hong Kong,
Institution: Children's Cancer Foundation

Through this partnership with the Children's Cancer Foundation, proceeds from St. Baldrick's head-shaving events in Hong Kong support life-saving childhood cancer research in Hong Kong. The project supported by this grant is a multicenter clinical study testing the best treatment strategy for Chinese children with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. It started from 2008 and completed at the end of 2012. All the hospitals treating children with cancer in Hong Kong participated in this study, and 12 other centers in mainland China also joined the study. They performed a special test on the patients to find any residual leukemia cells in the body after initial chemotherapy treatment in the first 3 months of treatment. The special tests included “flow cytometry for leukemia specific antigen’ and “Quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction for leukemia DNA”.

Children's Cancer Association of Japan
Funded: 07-01-2009 through 12-31-2018
Funding Type: Beneficiary Outside the U.S.
Institution Location: Tokyo, Japan
Institution: Children's Cancer Association of Japan

Through this partnership with the Children's Cancer Association of Japan proceeds from St. Baldrick's events in Japan fund life-saving childhood cancer research in Japan. St. Baldrick's is proud to partner with the Children's Cancer Association and has been doing so since 2008.

Childhood Cancer Canada
Funded: 07-01-2009 through 12-31-2015
Funding Type: Beneficiary Outside the U.S.
Institution Location: Toronto, ON
Institution: Childhood Cancer Canada

Through this partnership with Childhood Cancer Canada, proceeds from St. Baldrick's head-shaving events throughout Canada are distributed to Canadian institutions through the C17 Research Network. St. Baldrick's is proud to work with Childhood Cancer Canada and has been doing so since 2008.

The Edward M. Calvo Cancer Foundation
Funded: 01-01-2009 through 12-31-2018
Funding Type: Beneficiary Outside the U.S.
Institution Location: Hagatna, GU
Institution: The Edward M. Calvo Cancer Foundation

Through this partnership with The Edward M. Calvo Cancer Foundation proceeds from St. Baldrick's events in Guam fund Calvo Foundation efforts for children with cancer and life-saving research through the St. Baldrick's Foundation.

Children's Cancer Foundation Hong Kong
Funded: 07-01-2008 through 12-31-2009
Funding Type: Beneficiary Outside the U.S.
Institution Location: Hong Kong,
Institution: Children's Cancer Foundation

Through this partnership with the Children's Cancer Foundation, proceeds from St. Baldrick's head-shaving events in Hong Kong support life-saving childhood cancer research in Hong Kong. The project supported by this grant is a multicenter clinical study testing the best treatment strategy for Chinese children with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. It started from 2008 and completed at the end of 2012. All the hospitals treating children with cancer in Hong Kong participated in this study, and 12 other centers in mainland China also joined the study. They performed a special test on the patients to find any residual leukemia cells in the body after initial chemotherapy treatment in the first 3 months of treatment. The special tests included “flow cytometry for leukemia specific antigen’ and “Quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction for leukemia DNA”.

CLIC Sargent
Funded: 06-30-2008 through 10-31-2011
Funding Type: Beneficiary Outside the U.S.
Institution Location: London, United Kingdom
Institution: CLIC Sargent

Through this partnership with CLIC Sargent funds raised through St. Baldrick's head-shaving events through out the United Kingdom fund life-saving research in the UK.

P.A.L.S. Bermuda
Funded: 07-01-2003 through 12-31-2013
Funding Type: Beneficiary Outside the U.S.
Institution Location: Paget, Bermuda
Institution: P.A.L.S. Bermuda

In addition to research funded directly by the St. Baldrick's Foundation, funds raised by Bermuda St. Baldrick's events are currently supporting three pediatric cancer researchers at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, where cancer patients in Bermuda are often treated.