Translational Challenge

Childhood Cancer

Our vision is to drive life-changing innovations for children with cancer.

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Cancers that affect children are often different to those that affect adults, requiring tailored treatments, not just repurposed ones from adult cancers.

On top of that, the number of children who develop cancer is low compared to adults which can create challenges for research and investment.

These factors make getting drugs to market more difficult. This gap needs to be addressed. We are currently working on our strategy in childhood cancer, and are looking to partner with others also working in this space.

How you can work with us

We are currently working on our strategy in childhood cancer, but are interested in hearing from others working in this space.

Scientific support

Our team can help develop drugs and diagnostics, and guide you through the commercial, legal and regulatory process to protect your intellectual property.

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