FNH's funding is divided into 15% from public resources and 85% from private contributions.
Although Chile has childhood cancer survival rates at the level of developed countries (1 in 4 children die), it is important to make it clear that the support patients need does not end when they overcome the disease. "Many children are left with physical, cognitive and psychological sequelae, which must continue to be treated and accompanied. As a foundation, we want to help more patients who have overcome childhood cancer to fully reintegrate into life in society. And for that we need the collaboration of all Chileans", says Dr. Marcela Zubieta, President of the Foundation.
For this reason, at the end of this year we will start the construction of our new Latam Integral Center, to continue working so that children can continue being children in spite of cancer.
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