The Max Foundation is thrilled to announce that Pat Garcia-Gonzalez has won the UICC's CEO Award for 2018!
The numbers are in! The Max Foundation is thrilled to announce that Spot On CML, our diagnostic collaboration with Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, has provided free testing to 371 patients across 15 countries in its inaugural year.
Calabar, Nigeria – The Max Foundation is proud to announce it has been honored with an award by The Nigerian Society for Haematology and Blood Transfusion (NSHBT). The award was...
The Max Foundation is proud to announce that our Chief Executive Officer Pat Garcia-Gonzalez has been named a finalist for the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC)’s CEO Award!
The Max Foundation is thrilled to announce the hiring of Patricia Pearce as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Vice President (VP) of Administration. She joins the team at our Seattle headquarters beginning on Monday, July 30th, 2018.
The Max Foundation has renewed and expanded its treatment-access agreement with Incyte in Europe. The agreement will now provide treatment access for up to 50 patients in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
Today, Spot On CML is active in 19 countries and, on June 29th, 17 patients were chosen by the treating physicians at Philippine General Hospital to take part in the program. While CML testing is available in the Philippines, it's prohibitively expensive – placing critical diagnostic information out of reach for many patients.
Tanner Pharma Group will serve as the title sponsor for The Max Foundation’s 2018 campaign “Max Global Experience: Uganda,” an expedition to raise awareness and funds for increased cancer treatment access in Africa.
Earlier this month, The Max Foundation celebrated the delivery of 110 BCR-ABL molecular tests to Mercy Medical Center Cambodia. The delivery was the first of its kind for Max, made possible through our 2018 Diagnostics Solidarity Fund. Two more deliveries – one to Kyrgyzstan and one to Bolivia – are in process now, and we’re hopeful there will be many more to come.
The Max Foundation is thrilled to welcome longtime advisor, Dr. Jerald Radich of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Institute into the Executive Board. Dr. Radich has been a guiding star in our innovative work for many years helping people face cancer with dignity and hope, especially in the area of improving access to critical diagnostics in low- and middle-income countries.
February 21, 2018 · The Max Foundation and Dr. Jerry Radich of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center are partnering to help tackle the problem of access to accurate tests for chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) diagnostics in low- and middle-income countries through Spot On CML. Spot On CML is a low-cost, paper-based diagnostic testing method for CML, developed by Dr. Radich’s lab at Fred Hutch. Through a Spot On CML test, a physician spots a patient’s blood onto a paper test card and sends it to Dr. Radich’s lab for processing, where they perform accurate diagnostic testing on the samples even after weeks of transport. Once patients are diagnosed, The Max Foundation connects them with available treatments free of charge.
In 2017 The Max Foundation, through its subsidiary MaxAid, and Novartis have renewed their commitment to patients by launching CMLPath to Care™ a new collaboration aimed at providing humanitarian access to treatment for CML and other rare cancers for those patients for whom no other form of local treatment access exists today. CMLPath to Care consists of humanitarian product donations and funding support from Novartis to Max, and an innovative new distribution model developed and implemented by Max and its international distributor, under the Max Access Solution umbrella.