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Osteosarcoma Collaborative has teamed up with several well-known pediatric cancer foundations to fund a new $1.5 million “Fight Osteosarcoma Together Super Grant.” This grant will accelerate research in finding new treatments for a cancer that strikes children, teens, and young adults and has not seen a change in treatment for over 30 years. Together we can turn the tide on osteosarcoma.
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Your donation today will support the next big Osteosarcoma Grant.

Four years ago, friends from the Osteosarcoma Collaborative and St. Baldrick’s Foundation set out to raise $1.5 million to fund a grant to make a big difference for kids fighting osteosarcoma. For the first time in St. Baldrick’s history, a call went out to the research community for proposals specific to this bone cancer that has seen no real progress in over forty years. That grant went to Dr. Alex Huang at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. It helped launch a Phase 1 clinical trial, fueled research leading to FDA Orphan Drug Designation for two new osteosarcoma treatments and propelled research to develop two additional osteosarcoma clinical trials. 

Today the Osteosarcoma Collaborative is teaming up with several well-known pediatric cancer foundations to fund a new $1.5 million "Fight Osteosarcoma Together Super Grants." The goal of this grant is to rapidly translate the research into a clinical trial that will benefit patients within three years. We are proud to support Dr. Patrick Grohar at Children's of Philadelphia who was selected as the recipient of this grant after a thorough scientific review process led by the St. Bladrick's Foundation. Learn more about this new osteosarcoma grant here.  

Thank you for your support! 

To learn more about the Osteosarcoma Collaborative visit their website here.

Osteosarcoma Collaborative Highlights & Happenings

Osteosarcoma Collaborative

Learn about the symptoms, treatments, and research involved with osteosarcoma on the Osteosarcoma Collaborative website.

If Not Now, When? Party With a Purpose

Join us on Saturday, April 12 to party with a purpose and help fund the Fight Osteosarcoma Together Super Grant. Get your ticket here.
Filling The Funding Gap

 Impact Report

In 2018, the Osteosarcoma Collaborative pursued an initiative to raise $1.5 in honor of OsteoWarriors Olivia, John, and Quinn. The grant was awarded to Dr. Alex Huang. Read about the impact of this funding.

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Where does the money go?

Donations given to the Osteosarcoma Collaborative will fund a new $1.5 million "Fight Osteosarcoma Together Super Grant." 

The St. Baldrick's Foundation is guided by a Scientific Advisory Committee, comprised of leading experts in the childhood cancer community, to ensure that every dollar makes the greatest impact for kids with cancer. 


Who's involved

These people make us smile - they’re the doers and money-raisers on behalf of the Osteosarcoma Collaborative. They’re shaving their heads, hosting events, starting fundraisers and more to make childhood cancer research possible.

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Get involved your own way:

Start your own St. Baldrick’s head-shaving event to raise money on behalf of our Hero Fund! You’ll be paired with a staff member who will walk you through every step of the process, and you’ll have fun knowing you’re doing a great thing for kids with cancer.

Register to shave your head and raise money for our Hero Fund at any St. Baldrick’s event happening around the world! Not finding an event near you? Register as a virtual shavee and shave your head anytime, anywhere.

Head-shaving not your thing? You can start a fundraiser to raise money for our Hero Fund with St. Baldrick’s in a way that interests you! Like biking? Bike a marathon. Like baking? Start a cookie baking fundraiser… You get the picture.

Need help? Email us at Funds@StBaldricks.org

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