The non-profit is a crowdfunding campaign with a mission to fund cancer cures by partnering with well-known and up-and-coming artists. Senior Tsering Cole, head of student engagement for the non-profit, said she got involved because of her passion for health equity and saw the campus as a perfect place to grow the project.
“With telemedicine, it’s easier than ever to get access to help and medications,” Dr. Jhaveri explains. “Telemedicine has made the entire process faster and more affordable for millions of people.”
“It’s targeted to specific prostate cancer cells. This enables internal and more precise radiation treatment, compared to external radiation treatment that uses radiation beams to target tumors,” she explains.
Dr. Jhaveri told Newsweek: "The symptoms of tumors in the brain range from headaches, seizures, changes in hearing, sight and personality disorders. Brain cancer during pregnancy is very rare, therefore symptoms might lead to misdiagnosis.
"Music Beats Cancer serves as a testament to the power of collective action, reminding us that when we come together, our impact knows no boundaries. Each step we take, each dollar we raise, brings us closer to a world where cancer is conquered," Rui Moreira, General Manager of Porsche Greenwich.
“Cancer is a killer, so the more people we get on our side to work on a cure, the better,” Taylor said. “Especially kids. Kids with cancer and stuff like that, it hurts my heart when I see it happen. Let's get good at this [disease] once and for all, okay?”
“I have friends who have cancer, had cancer, I feel that it’s a worthy cause…at the end of the day we got to take a hold of it [cancer] and somewhere there is an answer and somewhere there is a cure.” – Lawrence Taylor
Dr. Mona S. Jhaveri, a biotech scientist and cancer researcher in Ridgefield, Connecticut, told Fox News Digital that the likelihood of getting cancer depends on the types and the number of carcinogens that one is exposed to, as well as genetic factors.
"Ovarian cancer is often recurrent if caught at later stages," said Mona Jhaveri, Ph.D., a cancer researcher and founder of Music Beats Cancer in Washington, D.C.
Through partnerships with independent music artists, Music Beats Cancer is increasing the chances of more cancer treatments, monitoring and prevention tools, and diagnostics.
NFL tight end Foster Moreau posted on Twitter on Wednesday he was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma during a physical with the New Orleans Saints.
Mona Jhaveri, PhD, who has shifted from working in lab-based settings to founding a non-profit called Music Beats Cancer, agrees that documents like these do shape the kinds of care available and that these outcomes are on long timelines.
Mona S. Jhaveri, PhD., founder and director of Music Beats Cancer, says that the study had some limitations, but that it has significant value for looking at ways to prevent cancer.
Dr Mona Jhaveri, a cancer researcher and founder of the Music Beats Cancer charity, stressed to The U.S. Sun that the inaccuracies were obvious.
"Too many cancer-fighting solutions fail to make it to patients due to lack of funds required to prove principle," said Dr. Mona Jhaveri, founder of Music Beats Cancer. "
Now, Dr Mona Jhaveri, a cancer researcher and founder of the Music Beats Cancer charity, has spoken about the fraud case.
Even though the War against Cancer has already lasted 50 years, challenges to diagnosing and treating breast cancer remain.
In this episode, we delve into Mona’s background and how her organization Music Beats Cancer is helping cancer research companies make it through the valley of death.
Mona Jhaveri, the founder and executive director of Music Beats Cancer – a Ridgefield, CT-based non-profit focused on beating back cancer – joins the podcast to discuss several topics, including the current cancer-fighting research and technology landscape.
#healthtech startups often fall into the Valley of Death because they can’t get funding to get them through to their next inflection point.
Music Beats Cancer Founder and Executive Director Dr. Mona Jhaveri joined 105.9 The Region to tell listeners how combining technology and crowdfunding is changing
No one seeks out failure, let alone likes it. Yet paradoxically, the key to success in medical innovation arguably rests on failure, and the learning it represents.
Miami, Florida, based musician King Cavalli has partnered up with crowdfunding platform Music Beats Cancer and is raising money during National Minority Cancer Awareness Month.
In 2014, Dr. Mona Jhaveri left academic research to revolutionize cancer funding by pioneering the online crowdfunding platform with her 501(c)(3) charity Music Beats Cancer.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month — a time when the disease affecting hundreds of thousands of American women each year gets renewed attention.
Dr. Mona Jhaveri, cancer researcher and founder of Music Beats Cancer, a creative nonprofit organization in Washington, D.C., told Fox News Digital that dense breast tissue occurs in half of all women ages 40 and up.
In honor of the late Aretha Franklin, known as ‘The Queen of Soul,’ who died of a rare form of pancreatic cancer on August 16, 2018, the 501(c)(3) charity Music Beats Cancer will host a free virtual tribute on Thursday, September 22, at 7:00 p.m. EST on LoopedLive, featuring an exclusive medley performed by R&B/hip-hop singer J. Holiday.
In honor of the late Aretha Franklin, known as ‘The Queen of Soul,’ who died of a rare form of pancreatic cancer on Aug. 16, 2018, the 501(c)(3) charity Music Beats Cancer will host a free virtual tribute on Thursday, Sept. 22, at 7:00 p.m. EST on LoopedLive, featuring an exclusive medley performed by R&B/hip-hop singer J. Holiday.
Research is not the biggest hurdle for scientists searching for a cancer cure; it’s the funding required to get their innovations to those in need.
Music Beats Cancer was planning a big reception at the BIO International Convention in San Diego; premiering the song written by a man who had battled cancer seemed like a great way to draw attention to the impact of the disease and the healing power of music.
“Access to care now is currently very slow because of fax, manual phone calls, manual insurance check, so the focus is automating the referral process from PCP to a specialty doctor,” explained Nour Lababidi.
In this Mental Health Minute video, Mona Jhaveri, PhD, of Music Beats Cancer discusses the under-researched area of mental health in patients with cancer and how Music Beats Cancer uses music to drive innovations that support the development of cancer-fighting solutions
Florida-based Singh Biotechnology is developing a new treatment approach that can shut off the “master switch” that controls cancer growth.
In order to build the world’s most successful companies, CEOs and founders can’t be solely focused on their bottom line.
Our mission is to develop medicine and therapeutics that dramatically improve and save the lives of people worldwide suffering from diseases, including cancer.
For decades, women have widely been underrepresented in both the realm of entrepreneurship and the broader technology industry.
Traditionally, research gets the funding, but Jhaveri wanted to shift money to the biotech innovators bringing cancer-fighting ideas to the patients.
My Indian-American heritage played a pivotal role in my evolution from cancer researcher turned biotech entrepreneur to leader of an innovative cancer-fighting charitable platform, Music Beats Cancer.
Not everyone has to like or agree with you, but it’s your job to plant the seeds of change.
The existence of the “Valley of Death” has led some innovators and cancer researchers to find or create additional means to obtain funding for potential solutions in the ongoing fight against cancer.
Sonogen is partnering with DMV area non-profit Music Beats Cancer to raise funding to achieve the goal of reaching FDA regulatory approval. CEO of Sonogen Medical, Jason Winder, says the idea was inspired by his family who served in the armed forces.
Christina Custode (Cus-to-– de),– an acclaimed musician and award-winning vocalist based out of the Greater Buffalo area, has teamed up with Music Beats Cancer, a one-of-a-kind nonprofit, supporting the innovators working on cancer-beating solutions by fundraising through rising artists.
Already well-known for her live concerts – prepandemic, Custode was regularly touring around the region – and her talent – Custode is a Grammy Award-contending singer/songwriter/pianist – Custode has added virtual concerts to her repertoire.
Niagara Falls High School music teacher Christina Custode has more than a few pandemic-related challenges in her life right now, but she’s still has time to advocate for cancer awareness.
“We are developing a pathogen-reduction technology called CFI to clear blood plasma, plasma products, biologics and medical devices of viruses and other pathogens.
Aphios International is developing a generally applicable pathogen reduction technology for pooled blood plasma and blood products, immunoglobulins, recombinant biologics and monoclonal antibodies used to treat cancer and COVID-19 patients.
The unique crowdfunding platform partners with musical artists across the US from various genres to raise money for cancer fighting solutions that are at risk of disappearing in a “funding bottleneck”.
A Maryland biotech company developed a test to help predict how sick you can get from COVID-19.
To help get this product to the market and into doctors’ hands, developers have partnered with the crowdfunding platform Music Beats Cancer.
The scientists have found an uncommon source to funding the test through a nonprofit called Music Beats Cancer.
IES Life Sciences and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore’s school of pharmacy are in the process of developing a nasal swab test that could predict the severity of COVID-19 symptoms a patient could face after testing positive.
For CEO David Spiegel, the mission quickly became personal due to the impacts of COVID-19 on his family.
A Milwaukee area native is using her music and platform to help fight cancer by teaming up with Music Beats Cancer, which raises funds to advance new cancer treatments.
On CBS 58 Sunday Morning, Brittany Lewis spoke with singer-songwriter Jules Iolyn about this new effort to combat the deadly disease.
A Coshocton native living in New York City the past five years is using his music to bring awareness to the battle against cancer.
“Our mission is to increase the number of cancer-fighting technologies in the product development pipeline so that more solutions make it to those in need” – Music Beats Cancer
She was a cancer researcher for the National Cancer Institute on the path to discovering a new potential treatment.
Music Beats Cancer is a nonprofit that raises money to help give more cancer research the chance to become new cancer solutions.
Dr. Jhaveri explains how Music Beats Cancer strategically aligns with emerging musical artists to help us generate a movement of change in the war on cancer.
If we ever wondered how important research is to identifying causes and cures for diseases that afflict society, the past nine months of the pervasive coronavirus have eliminated all doubt.
Music Beats Cancer is a new cancer-fighting movement that capitalizes on influencers of our popular culture to help raise funds and awareness for promising cancer-fighting innovations.
Translational research, the process of translating early discoveries into effective treatments for patients, is sometimes referred to as the “Valley of Death.” Why?
She launched Music Beats Cancer to address the “Valley of Death,” the growing gap in funding that constrains the translation of cancer research discoveries into clinical applications.
When scientist Mona Jhaveri couldn’t find funding to commercialize her cancer research discovery, she was inspired to create a crowdfunding platform for cancer drug innovators.
Not everyone has to like or agree with you, but it’s your job to plant the seeds of change. As part of my interview series, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Mona Jhaveri. She is the Founder and Executive director at Music Beats Cancer. She launched Music Beats Cancer to address the “Valley of Death,”
A first-of-its-kind charitable crowdfunding platform, called Music Beats Cancer, has set out to change how the war on cancer is fought and financed.