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CHOP Physicians Discuss The Importance of Philanthropy

"Philanthropy is critical to helping cultivate basic research behind the growth and proliferation of brain tumors.  At a time when funding from government and other traditional resources has declined so dramatically, we are so grateful for gifts from patient families and others, like At Least Kids, who support our work.  A robust research program is really the only way to translate our discoveries from the laboratory into treatments to help the children we serve."

Dr. Philip "Jay" Storm
Division Chief, Neurosurgery, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)


Never before have such powerful technologies been at our disposal for studying the underlying causes of pediatric brain tumors.  Today, we can interrogate the tumor’s biology at an unprecedented rate, thousands of times faster than only a few years ago.  With support from At Least Kids we are working towards accelerating discovery and sharing the data with clinicians and researchers worldwide

Dr. Adam Resnick, Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurosurgery


"Gifts like these allow us to explore new ideas that may eventually lead to discoveries that can be put into clinical practice.  Research is very expensive and involves a long-term commitment of both families and others who support our work and the Hospital to ensure that the infrastructure is solid.  I am deeply touched by the commitment of those, like At Least Kids, who choose to support our work.  That support will lead to new learnings each and every day."

Dr. Michael Fisher
The Pediatric Neuro-Oncology Program at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)