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THE ASLAN

PROJECT

Where a child is born should not determine his or her chance of surviving cancer

Most childhood cancers can be cured at low cost. In high-resource countries, more than 80% of children with cancer survive.

Elsewhere, the vast majority of children with cancer die, often in great pain.

 

The Aslan Project works to address this disparity.

We address inequalities in care by sharing our knowledge and expertise – teaching health professionals in low-resource settings to recognize childhood cancers early, diagnose them correctly, and treat them effectively and compassionately using affordable drugs, appropriate treatment regimens, and proper palliation

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Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Fellowship

Our two-year fellowship program engages renowned specialists to provide remote and onsite training to local pediatricians in pediatric hematology-oncology and palliative care and includes a six-month intensive rotation at a high-functioning cancer institution abroad.

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Help us transform the delivery of global pediatric cancer care so children like Enatu Adane can survive and thrive 

  

 

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A five-year gift will promote the sustainability of Ethiopia's pediatric cancer health system and substantial survival rates for children with cancer

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Help us transform the delivery of global pediatric cancer care so children like Enatu Adane can survive and thrive 

  

WATCH HER STORY>

   

A five-year gift will promote the sustainability of Ethiopia's pediatric cancer health system and substantial survival rates for children with cancer

SEE OUR IMPACT>

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