Most childhood cancers can be cured at low cost.
In high-resource countries, more than 80% of children with cancer survive.
Elsewhere, the reverse is true: the vast majority of children with cancer die, often in great pain.

The Aslan Project is committed to fixing this disparity.

  • All children are precious. Where a child is born should not determine their chance of surviving a curable cancer.
  • Our mission is to alleviate suffering and improve survival rates of children with cancer in low-resource countries by creating sustainable and locally supported health care systems that meet the highest standards of clinical, palliative and supportive care.
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