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FARF Announces Head & Neck Cancer Collaboration with Stand Up To Cancer
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FARF Announces Head & Neck Cancer Collaboration with Stand Up To Cancer

Jan 20th, 2021

We've teamed up with Stand Up To Cancer and three partner organizations to fund $3.25 million in grants for treatment of FA-related head and neck cancer.

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A Space for Caregivers

A Space for Caregivers

By: Allison Breininger | Mar 18th, 2020

One group of people we often think about but don’t often directly address is caregivers. All of the partners, parents, siblings, grandparents, and friends, we want you to know how vital you are.

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FARF Statement on COVID-19

FARF Statement on COVID-19

Mar 13th, 2020

The Fanconi Anemia Research Fund (FARF) is closely monitoring the updates regarding COVID-19, a respiratory illness caused by a new coronavirus, as well as potential implications on the FA community.

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One Final Summit

One Final Summit

By: Bill McCorey | Feb 21st, 2020

Bill McCorey has spent the last decade climbing mountains all over the world to raise funds for FA research. In 2020, he takes on his final challenge.

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Words of encouragement for everyone transitioning from pediatric to adult care

Words of encouragement for everyone transitioning from pediatric to adult care

By: Mary-Beth Johnson | Feb 20th, 2020

Growing up and taking control of your care is one of the most important - and challenging - steps you will take in adulthood.

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What’s the most important relationship you have in the FA community?

What’s the most important relationship you have in the FA community?

By: Duncan Nunes | Feb 14th, 2020

A reflection on the personal connections that define us.

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Alan D’Andrea Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Alan D’Andrea Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Feb 13th, 2020

FARF has existed for more than 30 years, and in that time, few researchers can say they’ve dedicated their career to studying Fanconi anemia. Dr. Alan D’Andrea is one of those researchers.

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