Life & Science Magazine

Childhood Cancer Issue

While it’s the No. 1 cause of death by disease among children, cancer is still very rare. Less than 1 percent of cancer diagnoses are in people younger than 18. Yet for those diagnosed, and the people who dedicate careers to care for them, challenges remain. This issue of Life & Science magazine examines some of the unique challenges of childhood cancer and the ways in which Bristol-Myers Squibb supports young oncology patients.

Volume 4 | April 25, 2018

Global Hope

BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB FOUNDATION

Bringing Hope Where There Was Little

Global HOPE is a Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation-sponsored initiative in southern and east Africa.


Tiffany, age 21, lives a full life despite treatments for cancer as adolescent.

Supporting Children with Cancer 

Helping childhood cancer survivors is just as challenging and as important as advancing the research in pediatric oncology.
SXSW 2018

Hacking Childhood Cancer: Creating Support Systems

Healthcare innovators tackle how to improve the experience of children fighting for a healthy future.

Staying in Touch

The robot known as VIK-e allows children to stay connected with their family and classmates rather than isolated during treatment.

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