Morgan Adams Foundation

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5303 E Evans Avenue No 202 Denver CO 80222 USA


To fund critically needed pediatric oncology research


Through careful consideration and placement of our funding, we encouraged and supported research intended to improve treatment effectiveness, improve treatment outcomes, and improve the quality of life for children battling cancer.

the morgan adams foundation is an ongoing resource for information on childhood, adolescent and young adult cancers, their current treatments and the need for ongoing new treatment development. Through our ongoing efforts, maf builds community awareness of the need to support childhood cancer research, as well as of the need to ensure that the children affected by this disease have the best possible treatment options made available to them. Maf hosts educational events for the public throughout the year.

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The Morgan Adams Foundation raises money and awareness on behalf of children affected with cancer. Working with leading physicians, the foundation directly funds pediatric cancer research and therapies which will improve survival rates and reduce the devastating side-effects cancer treatments have on our children. The foundation is named for a beautiful and brave six year old who lost her fight with brain cancer in 1998. Money is raised through a series of events both large and small and volunteers are an integral part of the organization.

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