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Dr. Lieven Lagae to Receive Award for Repurposing Fenfluramine
May 22, 2017
Belgian Clinician Will Receive Award for Dravet Syndrome Treatment at 2017 Global Health Repurposing Awards

FRAXA Research Foundation to Be Awarded for its Dedication to fragile X
May 18, 2017
FRAXA Will Receive Award for Its Dedication to Repurposing Treatments for a Known Cause of Autism

Fordham Biologists Awarded for Helping Patients Overcome Rare Genetic Disease
May 09, 2017
Drs. Berish Rubin and Sylvia Anderson Will Receive Award for Familial Dysautonomia Treatment at 2017 Global Health Repurposing Awards

Cures Within Reach for Cancer: A New Initiative Sponsored by Cures Within Reach
May 03, 2017
Cures Within Reach (CWR) is excited to announce the launch of Cures Within Reach for Cancer (CWR-4C), a Boston-based initiative that aims to fund and facilitate the development of new cancer treatments based on repurposing of generic drugs previously...

Timothy P. Walbert to Be Awarded for Commitment to Rare Disease Treatments
May 02, 2017
Horizon Pharma plc Chairman and CEO to Be Honored for Focus on Rare Diseases at 2017 Global Health Repurposing Awards

ABC 7 Anchor Judy Hsu to Emcee 5th Annual Global Health Repurposing Awards
Apr 20, 2017
Emmy® Award Winning News Anchor to Host Cures Within Reach's Awards

Former NFL Linebacker Joins Cures Within Reach's Longest Day of Golf Event
Mar 28, 2017
Raising funds for the mission and programs of Collegiate Athlete Gamechangers

Cures Within Reach Announces Winners of the 2017 Global Health Repurposing Awards
Mar 20, 2017
Repurposing Research Leaders Honored in Business, Science, Medicine and Philanthropy

Call for Nominations for the 2017 Global Health Repurposing Awards
Jan 05, 2017
Cures Within Reach Seeks to Honor Repurposing in Rare Diseases

Cures Within Reach Announces Repurposing Research Projects Funded In Fourth Quarter 2016
Dec 05, 2016
Cures Within Reach announced an addition to their portfolio of repurposing research projects, selected for funding, beginning in the fourth quarter of 2016. Seven projects will receive a total of $291,880 in support.