GRAACC is a non-profit social institution that since 1991 has helped children and adolescents to cure cancer. The institution, in partnership with the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP), is a reference in the treatment of the disease, especially in more complex cases and achieving high cure rates. Each year, more than 3,500 patients are treated from all regions of Brazil. In addition to diagnosing and treating childhood cancer, GRAACC operates in the development of teaching and research and relies on the collaboration of thousands of companies and people to exist.
Fundação Abrinq – Pelos direitos da criança e do adolescente
Created in 1990, it is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the defense of the rights and the exercise of citizenship of children and teenagers.
Since 2010 Abrinq has been a representative of Save the Children in Brazil and with this partnership the Foundation was able to enhance his action in the protection of the rights of children and teenagers in Brazil.
Boldrini Children’s Hospital is a philanthropic hospital specializing in pediatric oncology and hematology that currently has an 80% cancer cure rate. Built exclusively with donations from companies and society in Campinas and the region, the hospital was inaugurated on May 24, 1986.
Private and non-profit, the institution is of municipal, state and federal public utility, therefore, it belongs to the community.
Multiprofessional care is one of the success factors in the fight against cancer.