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  • – Stanford Medicine

    Young brothers with IPEX syndrome beat transplant odds

    Two young brothers beat the odds against successful stem cell transplants to halt the symptoms of a rare genetic disease called IPEX syndrome.

  • – Eventbrite

    4th Annual Center for Definitive and Curative Medicine Symposium

    Learn about new cell, gene, and regenerative medicine discoveries, pre-clinical development and clinical trials of curative medicines and challenges in bringing these cures to market at this one-day conference for clinicians, basic scientists, patient advocates, translational investigators and biotech and pharmaceutical experts.

  • – The Stem Cellar

    What is IPEX syndrome? A deeper dive into a CIRM funded award

    Brian Lookofsky (left) and his son Taylor Lookofsky (right) at the CIRM Board meeting on October 31, 2019. Taylor is living with IPEX syndrome. Last week we shared a powerful story of patient advoc…

  • – The Stem Cellar

    The challenges of living with IPEX

    Last week the CIRM Board awarded $5.53 million to Dr. Rosa Bacchetta at Stanford to complete the work necessary to conduct a clinical trial for IPEX syndrome. This is a rare disease caused by mutat…

Feb February 27 Tue 2018

2nd Annual Center for Definitive and Curative Medicine (CDCM) Symposium – Innovations in the Pipeline to Curative Medicines

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Feb February 03 Fri 2017

1st Annual Center for Definitive and Curative Medicine (CDCM) Symposium – Curing the Uncurable through Definitive Medicine

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Mar March 11 Fri 2016

Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation Announces New Reach Grant Recipients

 

Dec December - 2015

Notable People 2015

 

Jan January 2015

Alex's Lemonade Stand funded "Adoptive Immunotherapy of Tr1 Cells to Improve Outcome of Allo-HSCT Treatment for Pediatric AML" 

 

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