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09 Jun 2017

UK Childhood Cancer Conference 2017

Friday 9 June 2017 Cavendish Conference Centre, London Registration is now open for t...

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17 Jun 2017

Paediatric Oncology Trainees Group

17 - 18 June 2016 Bristol The next POTG meeting: Bone marrow transplant complica...

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27 Jun 2017

CCLG Summer Education Meeting

Tuesday 27 June 2016 Cavendish Conference Centre, London Themes (TBC): Fertility pres...

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12 Jul 2017

CCLG Annual Radiotherapy Group Meeting

Wednesday 12th - Thursday 13th July 2017 SAVE THE DATE: Online registration will be open s...

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12 Sep 2017

CCLG Neuroblastoma Clinical Trials Update Meeting

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For me, the hardest part was losing my hair

Spring 2017 Issue 74: Changes in appearance and body image

Cancer treatment can cause a number of physical changes within a short period of time. These can be deeply upsetting and shocking for both patients and families, and are a constant reminder of cancer when looking in the mirror. 

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  • Children and Young People with Cancer - A Parent's Guide
  • Brain and Spinal Tumours
  • Aftercure (Mar 15)
  • Helping your child to eat (May 14)
  • Welcome back (Apr 15)
  • Sport and exercise (Nov 13)
  • Will and Sophie have radiotherapy 2017 FINAL
  • Bereavement - sources of help and support (Apr 15)
  • Facing the death of your child (Apr 15)
  • Grandparents - 2015 Cover
  • Helping brothers and sisters 2016
  • A guide to clinical trials (Apr 14)
  • My child has finished treatment (Mar 14)

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