Help For Children With Cancer

Innovex donates for the 4th time in Mannheim Aktionsgemeinschaft Mannheim, December 2009 – a day after Nicholas quintiles-Innovex has, one of the leading providers of marketing and sales solutions in the healthcare sector, for the action for children with cancer the German leukemia research help a very special package ready: already for the fourth time the company passes a donation of 5,000 euros to the action group. The money goes to good children on the Oncology ward of the University children’s Hospital in Mannheim. Despite the economic crisis, can the Mannheim company secure a good financial year 2009 and would like to share this. In particular we pleased, to support the action community wish list”, explains Monika Beintner, Managing Director of Innovex in Mannheim. Many small requests such as dolls, games and MP3 player, but also some larger requests, such as Dolphin afternoons, musical visits, a ride in the police car, or even a tandem parachute jump, could so be fulfilled”. Worldwide, the parent company of quintiles is committed to social projects. So there was this year the so-called QDay”: worldwide the company provided time employees, to use them within the framework of joint actions for charitable purposes. Leukemia in children and young people age more than 80 per cent is now curable.

Then however, the reintegration into a normal life is the next challenge. This is only one of many tasks the dedicated to the German leukemia research help action for children suffering from cancer kinder local Association Mannheim E.v.. The action group was founded in 1979 in Mannheim. Parents of children with cancer, doctors and friends of the Association have joined forces to help the children and their families. So advice and in case of special need is offered by leukaemia – and tumor-sick children also financial aid parents. The Association supports the children clinic also in the development of the human, financial and technical diagnostic facilities and promotes research in the field of cancer in children.