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Paul Bell on Dell's Efforts to Help Fight Pediatric Cancer

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Uploaded on Nov 8, 2011

Today we announced the expansion of our giving efforts, Powering the Possible, to help fight Pediatric Cancer. The first project we will be supporting is focused on neuroblastoma. It is the deadliest and most resistant form of childhood cancer. It strikes one in 100,000 children annually, usually before the age of 5, and despite it being so rare, it is responsible for one in seven pediatric cancer deaths. Our partners, the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), and the Neuroblastoma and Medulloblastoma Translational Research Consortium (NMTRC) launched the first FDA approved personalized medicine clinical trial investigation for pediatric cancer. The trial is developing a personalized medicine process that enables near "real time" processing of information on patient tumors and prediction of best treatments for a specific child. Dell is committing resources - people, expertise, technology and philanthropy - to help TGen and NMTRC accelerate the genetic analysis and identification of targeted treatments and to make them available to many more children than it is currently possible. http://dell.to/13TlH4P

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