The Clear Cell Sarcoma Foundation (formerly Sara’s Cure) is a Charleston, SC based 501(c)(3) with one mission – to make Clear Cell Sarcoma survivable through education and scientific research while ensuring all patients and caregivers impacted have a voice and platform to enact change and strive towards the cure.Donate
Every Clear Cell Sarcoma patient has a story, a life, a family, and a future. We want to give every CCS patient a place to call home.
We believe it is our responsibility to support the patients as well as the research and clinical doctors by using best practices to always keep the mission at the forefront of our work.
Every member of the Clear Cell Sarcoma family, patients and those who care for them, will have access to the discoveries and connections we make to find a treatment for a better outcome.
We are committed to improving the lives of those with Clear Cell Sarcoma and ultimately to all sarcoma warriors through collaboration and sharing of our successes.
We are working tirelessly to find a cure for Clear Cell Sarcoma because we believe it is out there. If you believe in what we're doing, we ask that you join us in our efforts to find a treatment and a cure for this disease.Donate
Another tumor developed and we knew we would not wait for more. Denny and Sara along with our Scientific Director, Kelley traveled to meet the only scientist we could find working from a grant for Clear Cell Sarcoma at the time. That trip revealed how little was known about CCS and that we would do something to change that. Sara’s Cure was born and we started to meet others realizing we are not alone.
Sara’s Cure funded a first of its kind repurposed drug screen and sponsored a nano course for Clear Cell Sarcoma patients and scientists where we met many scientists and clinicians who are committed to changing CCS outcomes.
An FDA patient listening session and collaboration with Rafael Pharmaceuticals led to a first ever patient partnered CCS drug combo trial
A partnership with Jesse Boehm, BROAD and MIT to Create a Rare Soft Tissue Sarcoma Functional Genomics Platform as aCommunity Resource.