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making hope real for australians
in the fight against blood cancers

  • Snowdome

    a focus on new treatments

    Right now, cancer research is rapidly growing with the support and introduction of new technology into human genes. Just imagine a treatment that is tailored or personalised to match your type of cancer as well as your personal genetic profile. Well, it’s not a distant dream and it is certainly no research black hole as...

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    blood cancers

    Blood cancers are common genetic diseases, but not in the sense that they're conditions you inherit from your parents. Rather, blood cancers are caused by the genes.

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    snowdome’s unique approach

    As a strategy-focused organisation, Snowdome is targeting a real need not currently being addressed effectively: To bring next-generation, improved treatments to Australian patients faster.

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    snowdome’s accomplishments

    Between October 2010 and May 2014, 8 clinical trials opened with the Snowdome Foundation’s support. Importantly, 159 Australian blood cancer patients are currently receiving next-generation treatments. This total will reach 375 patients when trials are completed.

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    snowdome board

    Every member of the Snowdome Foundation Board has a strong connection with blood cancer, be it as a doctor or researcher, a survivor, carer, close friend or a relative of someone who is battling, has overcome or has succumbed.

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  • Annual Reports

    We are delighted to share the Snowdome Foundation’s Annual Reports with you. To view a PDF version of the annual report please on the link  below: Annual Report 2014/2015 Annual Report 2013/2014 Annual Report 2012/2013

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    chloe’s story

    The Snowdome Foundation is dedicated to all who’ve suffered blood cancers, those who’ve survived, those living with and those who have lost the cruellest of battles. Chloe Rutherford was one of those who didn’t make it.

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    related links

    The Snowdome Foundation recognised Australian blood cancer patients need significant support & there are wonderful organisations making excellent contributions.

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229
Patients
225 patients have gained access to new treatments with Snowdome support
13
Clinical Trials
13 clinical trials have commenced with Snowdome infrastructure support
$10
Million
$10 million secured and directed to Snowdome prioritized projects

Snowdome in the news

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    Prof. Richard Boyd joins Board
    “My scientific life has focused on the importance of developing immune-based therapies against cancer. The Snowdome Foundation is an extraordinary opportunity to help fund the research essential to improving the lives of cancer patients.” We welcome Professor Richard Boyd to Snowdome’s Board of Directors. Richard is an international leader in the field of thymus-based T cell immunology which has important applications in attacking cancers and overcoming immunodeficiencies caused by chemotherapy...
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    2015 Annual Review
    Our 2015 Annual Review (with 2014/15 financials) is now available to view online. In less than five years, Snowdome support has enabled 13 clinical trials to commence...
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    Riding 330km for Snowdome
    A huge CONGRATULATIONS and THANK YOU to the super-human team of bike riders from Vision Super. They battled high winds, big hills and 330km...
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