For parents of children with cancer, knowing when to bring them into hospital during treatment can be very difficult. Now a new tool aims to streamline phone conversations between parents and nursing or medical staff, helping to ensure consistent...
Bethany’s Wish, the UK Wilms’ tumour charity, will be closing as an independent organisation at the end of this year, and becoming a Special Named Fund at Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group.
We are delighted that three of our publications were recognised at the prestigious British Medical Association Patient Information Awards on Monday.
In July, Oliver Wan rowed 42 miles - the equivalent of crossing the English Channel and back - to raise funds for rhabdomyosarcoma research in support of Lucy.
Our response to recent media coverage of the increase in incidence of cancer in children and young people.
We are pleased to announce the publication of two new information resources to help parents and other family members of a child who has been diagnosed with a renal tumour.
A story book for younger children, 'My brother or sister has cancer' tells the story of a boy and girl whose brother has cancer.
With a sparkle of gold dust, we're delighted to present our new bumper issue of Contact Magazine for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
Cancer in children and young people costs families an extra £600 a month on average, putting massive strain on budgets and causing many to fall into debt.
This September, along with many charities and groups across the world, we're marking Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, to raise awareness of childhood cancer
During Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, CCLG are launching another funding round of short-term pilot grants for novel and innovative biological studies into paediatric cancers.
We'd like to say a big thank you to all of our brilliant supporters who've raised money to support CCLG over the last few weeks...
We'd like to say a big thank you to Natasha and the team at Wisbech Starbucks for organising a fun pyjama day to raise funds for CCLG.
On Saturday 6 August, more than 30 children gathered at Rutland Water to scoot across the dam and back in support of Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group.
We'd like to say a big thank you to Sophie Byrnes, whose 'Strictly Dance Academy' organised a bake sale and tea dance to support CCLG.
Following her recent success in the Great North Swim, last weekend Samantha Ruscoe completed her first triathlon to raise funds for Ryan's Quest, a Special Named Fund at CCLG raising funds for renal tumour research.
The Neuroblastoma Special Interest Group (SIG) of the Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group (CCLG) – the UK professional organisation representing clinicians involved in treating children with cancer – notes the final determination of NICE in rela...
We'd like to say a huge thank you to Dave Morris, who took part in his first triathlon this June in support of CCLG.
On 1 July, Yusuf and co-pilot Andrew, Team 145 'EV', crossed the finish line of the 2,000 mile Modball Rally, raising more than £6,000 for CCLG.
We're hugely grateful to all of our fundraisers and supporters, who've been busy over the last few weeks running, swimming, trekking and jumping from planes to raise funds for CCLG!
On 24 June, Andy Lawson took part in the Wolverhampton to Aberdovey Cycle, raising more than £600 for CCLG.
We would like to say a huge thank you to 11-year-old Isaac who chose to shave his head to raise funds for CCLG.
On 2 June, 9 members of Team Jake set out to cycle from London to Paris in just three days, raising funds in memory of Jake Ellis.
Changes in our political structures will not stand in the way of our determination to improve outcomes for children and young people with cancer.
David Wilson Homes East Midlands annual golf day took place in April to raise funds for CCLG.
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