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Demonstrating a new model for curing disease

We are a coalition of doctors, researchers, patients, and entrepreneurs pioneering a new approach to curing diseases through innovative outcome-based financing. We collaborate with impact investors and payers to discover life-altering therapies and bring them to patients.

The first disease we are attacking is pancreatitis. The world’s top pancreatic experts believe a well-funded, coordinated research and development program could lead to effective treatments within 10 years. Mission: Cure is working to make that happen. Consulting with pancreatic experts from the nation’s top research and healthcare institutions, we are developing a 10-year plan.

OUR APPROACH

Financing Based On Patient Outcomes

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Promising And Cost-Effective Methods To Cure Diseases

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Active Collaboration Among Stakeholders

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Partnerships With Impact Investors

The time is right to create a new model for curing disease.  Exciting developments in genetics and data are making precision medicine a reality. Healthcare payers are moving toward value-based funding, especially for chronic diseases.  And a new generation of impact investors—seeking to generate social and not just financial returns—have made curing disease a priority.

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News from Mission: Cure

Upcoming Webinar on Pediatric Pancreatitis

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Does your child have pancreatitis?

Mission: Cure and the National Pancreas Foundation invite you to join us for the first webinar in our new Pancreatitis Webinar Series

Pediatric Pancreatitis: The latest on causes, treatments, outcomes & research. Q & A too!

Dr. Aliye Uc, MD, Professor of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Professor of Radiation Oncology, University of Iowa and leader of the INSPPIRE Pediatric Pancreatitis Research Project will share what has been learned so far, and will answer questions from patients and family members.

Composed of 22 sites throughout the world, the INSPPIRE group was formed to research ways to better diagnose, evaluate and treat Pediatric Pancreatitis.

Wednesday April 18th from 1:00-2:30 pm ET

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