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Apply the Systems Engineering Process to the development of a Targeted, Effective and Efficient, Systematic Treatment Methodology (STM). The STM will provide the framework that consolidates and integrates the pieces of the cancer puzzle. It will facilitate the development of methodical and personalized treatments and cures for cancer and produce a Clinically Applicable STM that will we used to treat and cure people suffering from Cancer.

In The News

The KressWorks Foundation will host a fun and informative fundraiser from 6 to 9 pm at the Rust Belt, 22801 Woodward in Ferndale, featuring guest speaker and cancer survivor Ms. LaHoma Caudill, reigning Ms. California for 2015, Mrs. California 2012, and 3rd runner up in Ms. America 2015.
Tickets for the event are $200 per person or $350 per couple and include passed appetizers, beer and wine.  Dr. Jim Kress will also be giving a brief presentation on the KressWorks Foundation and its work with Ewing’s Sarcoma. Tickets can be purchased by RSVP to Jamie Cremin at 646/207-3174 or by October 8th.

Current Projects

A STM for Ewing's Sarcoma

Our primary current project is the development of a STM for Ewing's Sarcoma. We are developing the Disease Progression Model necessary for STM implementation.

Determining the Mechanism of Chromosomal Translocations

Chromosomal Translocations play a primary role in the occurrence of Ewing's Sarcoma and many other forms of Cancer. We are providing insight into this poorly understood process.

Recent Successes

First to design a Systematic Treatment Methodology (STM). The STM is a combination of Systems Engineering mathematical computer modeling and clinical measurements, which will provide a Targeted, Effective and Efficient methodology for treating Disease.

First to undertake the development of a Disease Progression Model (DPM) for Ewing's Sarcoma, starting with the first PhysioMap of Ewing's.

First to successfully simulate Double Strand DNA breakage process, the initial step in Chromosomal Translocation.