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Transplant Virtual Support Group

Event Date: 
Wed, 03/16/2022 - 5:30pm (EDT)

This virtual support group is designed to support patients who have undergone transplant or who are considering this as a curative option for

Science Simplified: What is a Natural History Study?

Want to learn about scientific topics without needing a PhD? Check out the Science Simplified blog from TESS Research Foundation! Dr. Tanya Brown, PhD, works with researchers to make science accessible and empower rare disease community members with scientific knowledge. Dr. Brown has over a decade of experience in neurodevelopmental research and is currently the Scientific Director for TESS Research Foundation. Please reach out to her at if you have questions or comments.

Pediatric Parents Virtual Support Group

Event Date: 
Tue, 03/08/2022 - 7:30pm (EST)

This virtual support group is designed to support pediatric parents whose children have been diagnosed with

2022 March for Marrow Texas

Welcome to our first in-person March for Marrow TX, The Woodlands, since 2019! We have scheduled our 13th Annual March for Marrow at the beautiful Northshore Park, 2505 Lake Woodlands Dr, The Woodlands, TX 77380.

Following two years of virtual events, we are inviting everyone across the state of Texas to be with us in person or virtually as we celebrate being together. We will stand with our arms outstretched from Houston to El Paso and from Amarillo to Brownsville, from east to west, and north to south.

Event Date: 
Sat, 04/02/2022 - 8:00am (EDT)
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Clinical Trials and Children

Until recently, children were rarely included in studies of medical treatments. As a result, much is still unknown about how children respond to drugs, some biologics (such as gene therapy) and medical devices. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), only 20-30% of approved drugs have actually been labeled for use in children.

mRNA COVID-19 Vaccination Sparks Strong Antibody Response in Patients With AML and MDS

The mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines Are Safe and Effective for Most Patients with Cancer
For most patients with cancer, the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. This article explains the results of the first study that evaluated the safety and effectiveness of the mRNA vaccines in patients with solid cancers, such as lung, breast, or prostate cancer.
November 2021 – Lung Cancer
Laura Morgan

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