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Indulgence afternoon and triathlons raise funds in memory of Isobel

The Isobel Rose Parmenter Memorial Fund at CCLG is raising funds for research into the causes, diagnosis and treatment of histiocytosis.

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Laura's head shave in support of Edie raises £5,000!

Edie's Butterfly Appeal supporter Laura Howe raised a whopping £5,000 last weekend in a charity headshave

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UK Childhood Cancer Conference returns for third year

The hugely successful UK Childhood Cancer Conference returns for its third year on Friday 17 June 2016. Again hosted by Bethany’ Wish - Wilms Tumour Charity UK and CCLG, the conference will again take place in London.

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Charlie takes control of charity walk with a twist!

On 3 April 2016, 15 walkers undertook a mammoth 12 hour walk from Winchester to Botley in Hampshire to raise funds for CCLG.

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New factsheet helps teenagers and young adults understand taking part in research

Our new factsheet, 'Taking part in research' is designed to help teenagers and young adults with cancer who are considering taking part in a research study or clinical trial.

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75 Team Toti runners tackle the Bath Half Marathon for leukaemia research

On 13 March 2016, 75 'Team Toti' runners took part in the Bath Half Marathon, raising funds for the Toti Worboys fund at CCLG. The fund, in memory of Toti, supports research into childhood leukaemia.

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Children with cancer to get new gene test

A new pilot study will sequence 81 cancer genes in children’s tumours to help personalise cancer treatment.

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CCLG launches updated palliative care booklet for families

We are pleased to launch a fully revised and updated edition of our booklet 'Managing symptoms at home: palliative care information for families'.

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UK diagnoses children's kidney cancer at a later stage than Germany

The UK diagnoses Wilms’ tumours – the most common children’s kidney cancer – when they are larger and more advanced compared with those diagnosed in Germany, according to a study published in the journal Archives of Disease in Childhood, today and...

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Updated booklet to support parents helping siblings of children with cancer

We're pleased to launch a newly updated version of our popular booklet 'Helping brothers and sisters: a guide for parents and other adults supporting siblings of children with cancer'.

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Latest issue of Contact magazine focuses on enjoying life

The latest issue of CCLG's Contact magazine is now available.

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CLIC Sargent calls for improved support to identify cancer in children and young people

CLIC Sargent has today published its latest research report 'The best chance from the start: improving support to identify cancer in children and young people'.

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'One day at a time' raises more than £7,500 for childhood leukaemia research

After a year of fundraising, we were delighted to receive a donation of £7550 from the Kerr family, in support of their son.

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Bromley Estates Marbella raises over £5,000 for CCLG

We are delighted to have received a donation of £5,167.64 from Bromley Estates Marbella as a result of their fundraising partnership with us during 2015.

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CCLG launches new 'late effects' factsheets for teenagers and young adults

We are pleased to launch eight new factsheets about potential long-term side effects, or 'late effects', of treatment for childhood cancer.

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Proton beam therapy: behind the headlines

We welcome the publication of the report by Professor Tarbell’s group in Boston, describing the results of their work on proton beam radiotherapy in children with medulloblastoma.

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#18forEmily kicks off with hangover walk

#18forEmily kicked off with a 'hangover run' (or walk!) on Saturday 9 January. Around 100 friends and family, runners and walkers, young and old attended this launch event, raising a fantastic £793.32 towards the team's £10,000 target.

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Introducing The Ted Newton Legacy - your change can save lives

Introducing The Ted Newton Legacy - collect your loose change and help us to save more young lives.

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How far can you push yourself?

Take on a challenge with CCLG...

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Carrie and Tracey's Christmas collections support CCLG

We would like to say a huge thank you to Carrie and Tracey who organised a number of bucket collections in the run up to Christmas to raise funds for CCLG.

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Join Team Toti in the Bath Half Marathon

We have places available in the Bath Half Marathon in support of The Toti Worboys Fund at CCLG, raising funds for research into childhood leukaemia.

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CCLG and The Little Princess Trust team up to fund new research projects into children’s cancer

We are delighted to be working with The Little Princess Trust to establish a funding programme to support research into childhood cancers.

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CCLG launches leukaemia research grants in memory of Toti

Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group is pleased to launch our first Toti Worboys Paediatric Leukaemia Project Grant, making funds available to researchers to improve our understanding of the disease and help improve the outlook for children.

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LIA Relief Trust supports CCLG

We were delighted to be presented with a cheque from the LIA Relief Trust to support our work.

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Winter wonderland charity ball raises more than £90,000 for children's brain tumour research

On 28 November, the ball in aid of Edie’s Butterfly Appeal, a Special Named Fund at CCLG set up in aid of research into ependymoma brain tumours, took place at Hertfordshire’s prestigious Grove Hotel.

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