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Childhood Cancer

Children's cancers are rare. Only 1 in every 600 children under 15 years of age develops a cancer, and these are quite different from those affecting adults. They tend to occur in different parts of the body, look different under the microscope and respond differently to treatment. There are approximately 1,700 new cases of childhood cancer in the UK each year. Read Introduction to Childhood Cancer >

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We hope to expand this area of the website over the coming months to ensure that the latest information on all childhood cancers is provided.


Children's Cancers





Rare TumoursKidney TumoursLymphomasLiver TumoursLeukaemiasNeuroblastomaGerm Cell TumoursSoft Tissue SacromasHistiocytosisBone TumoursRetinoblastomaBrain and spinal tumours