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Children with Cancer UK

Around 4,200 children and young people are diagnosed with cancer every year in the UK. That’s around 10 children and young people diagnosed with cancer every day in the UK. We’ve been working tirelessly since 1988, to fund research and initiatives that support children and their families through their cancer journey.

www.childrenwithcancer.org.uk/ Fundraise for us


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Member since September 2020

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March is Brain Tumour Awareness Month. Show your support today.

March is Brain Tumour Awareness Month. Show your support today.

Children with Cancer UK fund several innovative brain tumour research projects, which will directly impact on survival and quality of life for patients. We need to continue funding this critical research and future projects to accelerate improvements to treatments and improve outcomes for all types of brain tumours.

Brain and other central nervous system tumours are by far the greatest cancer-related cause of death in children in the UK but we’re working with brilliant people every day using research to improve lives. But there is hope with your help.

This March we are recognising Brain Tumour Awareness Month, drawing attention to how this impacts children and their families but also the work we do every day to find kinder, more effective treatments.

That is why our research includes projects looking into targeted treatment options for a child’s specific cancer.