THE NICHOLAS CONOR INSTITUTE Curing Kids Cancer Through Collaboration
Children, adolescents & young adults deserve better regimens that will reduce unnecessary exposure to toxic drugs and radiation, while resulting in better responses and longer survival. We fulfill that need.
THE NICHOLAS CONOR INSTITUTE (TNCI) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit translational medical research and commercialization organization that concentrates exclusively on cancers common to children, adolescents and young adults.
We accelerate research and development of diagnostic tools and
treatments, translate them into clinical products, and facilitate their
placement into the clinic.
Our products encompass the tools that oncologists desperately need to provide individualized treatment programs for their patients, especially those children, adolescents and young adults that are not responding to current therapies.
worldwide commercial and academic partners share personnel, data,
facilities and equipment. They are unified with us for a single cause,
curing childhood, adolescent and young adult cancers.
June 27, 2011 - San Diego 6 In The Morning news. The special segment, "A New Solution in Childhood Cancer" by Estha Trouw, included a personal interview with our CEO, Beth Anne Baber, and avid champion, Susan Cornelius. The role of genetic testing in accelerating cancer cures for children, adolescents and young adults with cancer was highlighted.
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Every month should be Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. The Nicholas Conor Institute is
dedicated to leading the way in bringing the next generation of
diagnostic tests and therapies to the clinic.
Conor Institute is essential for
establishing the range of innovative approaches required and for
catalyzing many other novel translational and clinical efforts around
-John Wooley Ph.D.
Associate Vice Chancellor of Research,
University of California- San Diego
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