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The impact of your support

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    Advocacy and research
    7th Apr

    7 Apr '20
    Cartoons give people a taste of a world with cancer and COVID-19

    Powerful cartoon series draws parallels between childhood cancer and life in a global pandemic.

    Cartoons give people a taste of a world with cancer and COVID-19

    Powerful cartoon series draws parallels between childhood cancer and life in a global pandemic.

    A mum hugging her daughter on a hospital bed.

    Advocacy and research
    24th Jun

    24 Jun '20
    Childhood cancer & COVID-19 cause peak parental stress

    A recent survey of parents and carers of children with cancer receiving support from leading childhood cancer support charity Redkite, found that nearly two thirds (64%) rated their stress as high – seven or more out of 10.

    Childhood cancer & COVID-19 cause peak parental stress

    A recent survey of parents and carers of children with cancer receiving support from leading childhood cancer support charity Redkite, found that nearly two thirds (64%) rated their stress as high – seven or more out of 10.

    Advocacy and research
    1st Sep

    1 Sep '20
    Dads helping dads cope with their child’s cancer

    Oliver Coppins, who experienced his first Father’s Day in a neonatal intensive care ward worrying whether his week-old baby girl would outlive leukaemia, wants other dads know that they don’t have to go through their child’s cancer alone.

    Dads helping dads cope with their child’s cancer

    Oliver Coppins, who experienced his first Father’s Day in a neonatal intensive care ward worrying whether his week-old baby girl would outlive leukaemia, wants other dads know that they don’t have to go through their child’s cancer alone.

    Community
    1st Jun

    1 Jun '20
    Family facing kidney cancer supports other families with cancer

    The family of two-year-old Lincoln are taking on the Crunch 4 Kids challenge to help other families who have a child with cancer.

    Family facing kidney cancer supports other families with cancer

    The family of two-year-old Lincoln are taking on the Crunch 4 Kids challenge to help other families who have a child with cancer.