About Childhood Cancer


it's time to do things differently

The chances of surviving childhood cancer have changed very little over the last two decades. Whilst major breakthroughs have been achieved for cancer in adults, children have not seen any benefit. These new drugs are not routinely tested to see if they are effective in children so children are currently being treated with drugs that are highly toxic and cause long term health issues for those who survive.

If we want to see more children surviving cancer then we must do things differently, children must have access to new drugs and we need those drugs faster than ever before.

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