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24.05.17

#teamCCLG riders raise more than £24,000 on London to Cologne cycle

A team of cyclists recently completed a 340 mile cycle from London to Cologne, raising more than £24,000 for CCLG.

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16.05.17

10-year-old Meg raises funds for research in memory of friend Izzy

10-year-old Meg Cherry has been raising funds in memory of family friend Izzy to support research into Langerhans cell histiocytosis.

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15.05.17

Delifrance raises £1800 for neuroblastoma research in support of Ammaar

We'd like to say a huge thank you to the team at Delifrance in Wigston, Leicestershire, who have raised more than £1800 to support research into neuroblastoma.

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12.05.17

CCLG supporters get running to raise funds

Thanks to all of our supporters who have taken on running challenges to raise funds for CCLG.

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08.05.17

#TeamJake and #AimeesArmy walkers conquer the Keswick to Barrow

We'd like to say a huge congratulations to all of the #teamCCLG walkers who took part in the Keswick to Barrow and Coniston to Barrow walks on Saturday 6 May.

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03.04.17

Call for abstracts: CCLG Summer Education Meeting 2017

The CCLG Summer Education Meeting will include a call for abstracts and the inclusion of a poster session for trainees, nurses and allied health professionals. Oral presentations and posters present an excellent opportunity to stimulate debate, ra...

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31.03.17

Psychological and social support for families of a child with cancer - research study

A research team from Southampton is asking for volunteers to talk to them about how they think psychological and social support can be best provided, in order to understand how to develop better ways of delivering such care.

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21.03.17

Newly updated story book helps children to understand radiotherapy treatment

We're pleased to launch a newly revised and updated edition of our popular story book 'Will and Sophie have radiotherapy' to help children understand their radiotherapy treatment.

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01.03.17

Latest issue of Contact magazine focuses on appearance and body image

The latest issue of Contact magazine focuses on appearance and body image, with articles from patients, parents and professionals.

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27.02.17

Charities team up to help doctors diagnose childhood cancer

A new e-learning module has been created to help doctors and healthcare professionals spot the signs of cancer in children and young people.

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09.02.17

Matt 'chases the sun' in 207 mile cycle ride in memory of Isobel

Matt Cherry is taking part in the 'Chase the Sun' 207 mile cycle on 17 June, in memory of Isobel to support research into Langerhan's cell histiocytosis.

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07.02.17

CCLG and Grace Kelly Ladybird Trust launch research funding opportunity for rare childhood cancers

CCLG is pleased to launch a research funding opportunity in partnership with the Grace Kelly Ladybird Trust, supporting research into rare childhood cancers.

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02.02.17

CCLG accepted into Association of Medical Research Charities

We are delighted to have been accepted into membership of the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC), the national membership organisation of leading medical and health research charities.

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01.02.17

New booklet for parents of a child with a brain or spinal tumour

Our new booklet entitled 'My child has a brain or spinal tumour' is a practical information resource to help and support parents and families of a child diagnosed with a brain or spinal tumour.

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17.01.17

Jake Ellis Charity Ball raises more than £8,000 for rhabdomyosarcoma research

2016 has been another incredibly busy and successful year for Team Jake, with the highlight being the Jake Ellis Charity Ball.

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05.01.17

New booklet offers families practical advice following a childhood cancer diagnosis

Our new booklet, 'Managing family life and cancer', offers helpful advice and practical tips from other parents to support families following a childhood cancer diagnosis.

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03.01.17

Join our team: current vacancies at CCLG

We are currently recruiting for a Corporate Fundraiser, Community Fundraiser, and Data Collection Project Manager.

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22.12.16

CCLG Toti Worboys Fund awards grant for leukaemia research

We are delighted to announce that CCLG has funded a research project to help us better understand childhood leukaemia, from funds raised in memory of Toti Worboys.

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16.12.16

CCLG, Bethany's Wish and Little Princess Trust join forces to fund Wilms' tumour research

We are delighted to announce the awarding of two grants to support research into Wilms' tumours, the most common type of childhood kidney cancer.

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14.12.16

CCLG launches new cancer drugs factsheets

We're pleased to announce the publication of a series of factsheets on the use of cancer drugs in children, to support parents, carers and patients better understand their treatment and the drugs that are used.

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14.12.16

Events across the country raising funds for CCLG

We'd like to say a huge thank you to all of our amazing fundraisers over the last few months, including...

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13.12.16

Stowmarket High School sponsored walk raises £14,000

We are delighted to have received a donation of £14,185 as a result of pupils and staff of Stowmarket High School taking part in a sponsored walk

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08.12.16

CLIC Sargent launches new online fertility resource for young cancer patients

Cancer support charity CLIC Sargent has launched new online advice and information for teenagers and young adults concerned about the potential impact of cancer treatment on their fertility, who want to learn more about their options.

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01.12.16

CCLG and Little Princess Trust invite researchers to apply for funding

CCLG and Little Princess Trust are pleased to announce a further round of grants can now be applied for by researchers to help us beat childhood cancer.

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01.12.16

Latest Contact magazine focuses on school life and cancer

The latest issue of CCLG's Contact magazine is out now, with a theme of 'school life and cancer'

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