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The Malignant Germ Cell Tumor International Consortium (MaGIC) member
Funded: 07-01-2015 through 06-30-2017
Funding Type: Consortium Research Grant
Institution Location: Mumbai, India
Institution: Tata Memorial Hospital

This institution is a member of a research consortium which is being funded by St. Baldrick's: The Malignant Germ Cell Tumor International Consortium (MaGIC). For a description of this project, see the consortium grant made to the lead institution: Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA.

CanKids...KidsCan
Funded: 06-30-2011 through 12-31-2017
Funding Type: Beneficiary Outside the U.S.
Institution Location: New Dehli, India
Institution: CanKids...KidsCan

Through this partnership with CanKids, the proceeds from St. Baldrick's events in India are used to fund childhood cancer research in India.

Children's Oncology Group Member
Funded: 07-01-2005 through 06-30-2017
Funding Type: Cooperative Research Grant (COG)
Institution Location: Tamil, Nadu
Institution: Vision Research Foundation

This institution is a member of the Children’s Oncology Group (COG).  From the first event in 2000 through 2004, St. Baldrick’s funds benefitted the COG.  Since the St. Baldrick’s Foundation began making grants in 2005, each of the 200 member institutions of the COG has received a portion of a multi-million dollar St. Baldrick’s grant every year.  These funds have been distributed based on the number of patients at each institution who are treated on COG clinical trials, their best hope for a cure.

Children's Oncology Group Member
Funded: 07-01-2005 through 06-30-2017
Funding Type: Cooperative Research Grant (COG)
Institution Location: Hyderabad, Pradesh
Institution: LV Prasad Eye Institute

This institution is a member of the Children’s Oncology Group (COG).  From the first event in 2000 through 2004, St. Baldrick’s funds benefitted the COG.  Since the St. Baldrick’s Foundation began making grants in 2005, each of the 200 member institutions of the COG has received a portion of a multi-million dollar St. Baldrick’s grant every year.  These funds have been distributed based on the number of patients at each institution who are treated on COG clinical trials, their best hope for a cure.