Welcome to Cure 4 The Kids!

Cure 4 The Kids Foundation was organized in April 2007 solely for charitable, educational, and scientific purposes to address the specialized health care needs of children in Nevada and the surrounding region.

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Joint Commission Accreditation

Children's Specialty Center of Nevada and Hemophilia Treatment Center of Nevada receive coveted designation.

 

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Important information for patients and their families. 


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Research

Learn more about our current and upcoming clinical trials.

 

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Our Next Fundraiser!

Circus Couture is Friday, Sept. 29!

 

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Recent Posts

  • September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

    Sep 05, 2017

    We came across this illustration from the Coalition Against Childhood Cancer (of which we are a proud member) showing some of the incredible advances in the survivability of childhood cancer since the 1970s. These advances would not have been possible without the support, hard work, and dedication of physicians, researchers, patients, families and many others.

  • Meet the Staff: Jeramy Logan, RN, CEN, AS, NRAEMT

    Aug 16, 2017

    Jeramy Logan has been a fixture around our clinics since … well, just about the beginning. It’s been great to watch him take initiative and advance in his career over the years. Not too long ago, Jeramy became a Registered Nurse, so a big congrats to him!  He also has some other letters after his name, which he explains a bit later in this post.

  • Sickle Cell Treatment Team Talks With CCSD Nurses

    May 09, 2017

    As part of the mission of Cure 4 The Kids Foundation, we strive to educate all members of the community when it comes to the patients we serve. We want to provide accurate medical information that will benefit everyone in the community, not just our patients.

     

    A good example of this is a recent presentation Dr. Nik Abdul Rashid made to school nurses and other medical staff working in the Clark County School District.  The purpose of Dr. Rashid’s discussion was to provide a brief overview of the basics of sickle cell disease, its symptoms, treatment, and other related issues. 

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