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Address: Daniela Conte Foundation
64 Randolph Dr.
Dix Hills, NY 11746
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We were extremely fortunate to receive support from our family, friends, and community throughout Daniela's fight against Rhabdomyosarcoma. Having a solid support system within the healthcare community is equally important. We strongly encourage families to speak with the social worker at their child’s hospital or treatment facility, as they may be able to connect you with foundations or organizations to provide assistance to your family.
Our need for financial assistance was one of our family’s heaviest burdens during the three and a half years Daniela fought ERMS. For this reason, the Daniela Conte Foundation was created to provide financial support to families with children fighting cancer. We want you to know that we are praying for you, but most importantly, we want to provide you with financial assistance.
The Daniela Conte Foundation would like to ease the financial stress that accompanies a cancer diagnosis. We understand that there are numerous additional expenses incurred by families almost immediately upon receiving such a devastating diagnosis. Let us help you endure this challenge.
We will help pay for medical and travel expenses, treatments, bills, or any other living expenses. Our goal is to bring a smile and some relief to your family while under such difficult circumstances.
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
CSHL in collaboration with the Vakoc Lab is at the cutting edge in research of rhabdomyosarcoma. They are one of the few labs in the world specifically developing new treatments for childhood sarcoma. This laboratory studies how transcription factors, chromatin proteins, and signaling molecules cooperate to maintain the cancer cell state. They make extensive use of CRISPR-Cas9 genetic screens, epigenomics, and biochemistry to study gene regulatory mechanisms. Their goal is to develop a new generation of therapies that reprogram transcription to eliminate cancer cells. The Lab is run by Dr. Chris Vakoc.
For more information about Dr. Vakoc and his team, click here.