Support pediatric disease research through Kids First 2.0
Use this alert to ask your Senators to support the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act 2.0 (S.1521). Kids First was established in 2014 and funds much-needed research on rare childhood cancers, birth defects, and other rare pediatric diseases.

Because of this program, NIH was able to develop the Kids First Data Resource Center, a large-scale shared data resource to help researchers better understand the biology and genetic pathways of pediatric diseases like rare cancers. The 2.0 version of that legislation will enable this collaborative foundational research to continue for five more years. 

In July 2022, the House passed its version of this legislation, reauthorizing the program at $25 million per year. Join us in asking the Senate to adopt the House-passed version so this reauthorization can become law.

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