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02 Nov 2016

CCLG Neuro-Oncology Special Interest Group Meeting

The next meeting of the CCLG Neuro-Oncology Special Interest Group will take place on Wednesday...

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04 Nov 2016

CCLG Renal Tumour Special Interest Group Meeting

The next meeting of the CCLG Renal Tumour Special Interest Group will take place on&n...

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25 Nov 2016

CCLG Supportive Care Education Day & Shared Care Networking Event

25 November 2016 This meeting is for health professionals, and will cover topics including...

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Finding hope

Autumn 2016 Issue 72: Now and then

Our bumper issue for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month has a theme of 'Now and then' and the progress made over the years is truly astounding, with over 40,000 childhood cancer survivors now living in the UK.

Time flies... where are they now? Our special supplement features updates from ex-patients who have featured in Contact magazine since it started in 1999.

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Tissue samples from the CCLG Tissue Bank give scientists the chance to find new cures for childhood cancers

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