The latest issue of CCLG's Contact magazine is now available, with a focus on research.
The rate of children dying from cancer has dropped by 24 per cent in the last decade, according to new figures published by Cancer Research UK.
CLIC Sargent, the cancer charity for children and young people with cancer, has developed a new free online guide to help young people aged 16+ navigate relationship and sex issues as they go through and beyond cancer treatment.
Individuals’ health data is vital resource for health research and researchers have used this data for decades to understand more about the factors underpinning health and disease. The EU is reaching the final stages of negotiations on a new data...
Complex cancer care for children and young people can be untangled with the support of specialist key worker nurses, according to CLIC Sargent.
On Saturday 10 October, a special musical evening at Stars’N’Bars in Monaco, took place to raise funds for Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group.
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 neuroblastoma.
This August, daughter and father Poppy and Tim Godwin, along with family friend Harry Preston, cycled from John O’Groats to Land’s End to raise funds for the Toti Worboys Fund at CCLG and their local air ambulance service.
Over the last day, there has been much media coverage of the use of 'designer immune cells' that have successfully treated one-year-old Layla, who had relapsed acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL).
Friday 31 October saw the 6th Jake Ellis Charity Ball take place at the Abbey House Hotel in Barrow in Furness. Jake was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma and sadly lost his battle in 2008, aged 5.
In September, CCLG supporters organised a variety of events to raise awareness of childhood cancer and to raise funds to support our work.
In Oxford, CCLG member Rhiannon Collins organised a 'Go Gold' day. The Research Team (pictured top) at...
On 25 September, to mark Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, sisters Helen Perry and Rebecca Mann organised a charity quiz night in support of Rebecca's son Elliott, who was diagnosed with leukaemia last year aged six.
We're pleased to launch a reviewed and updated edition of one of our most popular information booklets, 'Grandparents'.
We're delighted to announce that our charity Christmas cards are now available!
Seven-year-old Abigail and Iona took the initiative at Woodlesford Primary School in Leeds during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month to raise funds for CCLG in support of their friend Eilish. Eilish was diagnosed two years ago and is still undergoin...
We are delighted to announce the latest addition to our portfolio of informative publications.
On September 12 2015, Lucy, Angela, Jan, Catherine and Lisa dusted off their wedding and bridesmaids dresses and headed out into Bishop’s Stortford for their Wedding Walk for Edie's Butterfly Appeal and CCLG.
On Friday 25 September, Hayes Primary School in Bromley went gold for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Ruth Larthwell and her family helped to organise the event at the school, in support of son George.
Funding research is one of CCLG's main objectives as a charity. Our new Research Strategy outlines our exciting plans to significantly increase our funding of research, in compliance with the standards of the Association of Medical Research Charit...
On Monday 25 May a golf day and sponsored walk raised at total of £4,469.31 for CCLG. The golf day, which took place at Westerwood Golf Resort in Cumbernauld, and the children’s sponsored walk around Broadwood Loch were organised...
CCLG is delighted to have been able to fund a new research project looking at genetic changes in Hodgkin lymphoma.
The European Branch of the International Society for Paediatric Oncology (SIOPE) have this week launched their strategic plan, 'A European Cancer Plan for Children and Adolescents'.
On Sunday 20 September over 35 determined people gave their spare time to give something back to the community by walking 3 or 5 miles in aid of children's cancer charities.
In February, 2015, Ed Cooper and Alec Greenwell set out to re-trace the 1500-mile journey of British geographer and ornithologist, David Haig-Thomas seventy years after his well-documented trek through the hazardous Arctic.
CCLG is delighted to have been able to provide funding to kick-start biomarker research in rEECur, an International randomised trial of chemotherapy for recurrent and primary refractory Ewing’s sarcoma.
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