On September 23rd, Every Cure Co-Founder David Fajgenbaum addressed Chan Zuckerberg Initiative’s Rare as One Network at the Science in Society Annual Meeting about the learnings and opportunities from his work to found and lead Every Cure, a nonprofit drug development organization focused on advancing repurposed treatments.
Imagine feeling like you’ve contracted the flu, only to fall into a coma three days later. This was Gary’s reality, an experience he describes as having “fatigue on a different level.” This wasn’t any ordinary illness; this was Castleman Disease. Through the heartbreaking and hope-filled chapters of Gary’s journey, the undeniable power of drug repurposing […]
In a recent address to the Rare Disease Congressional Caucus, David Fajgenbaum, the co-founder of Every Cure, unveiled the organization’s mission to repurposing FDA-approved drugs for diseases that currently have no cure. By leveraging the vast pharmaceutical world’s existing knowledge, Every Cure aims to revolutionize treatment paradigms for thousands who have been told, “We’ve tried […]
Every Cure has raised significant awareness over the last year and engaged with leaders across healthcare and government. In fact, Every Cure Co-Founders Grant Mitchell and David Fajgenbaum (pictured above) met with President Biden’s Chief of Staff, Jeff Zients, in the White House.
President Biden found a copy of the book “Chasing My Cure” on his desk, a gift from none other than former President Clinton.