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Wallasey Buffaloes raise over an incredible £7,000

The Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes (ROAB) group in Wallasey raised over £7,000 in 2017 for their chosen charity CLIC Sargent.

Sun newspaper’s Smiles at Christmas appeal raises £130,857 for CLIC Sargent

The Sun newspaper’s Smiles at Christmas appeal for children and young people’s cancer support charity CLIC Sargent has raised more than £130,000.

Sam's design transforms Morrisons' social media this World Cancer Day

Sam, 12, who is supported by CLIC Sargent after being diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in January 2017, has designed a stunning image for Morrisons' social media accounts, to mark World Cancer Day.

Thank you and farewell to The Retros

CLIC Sargent is celebrating the amazing support of The Retros, who have raised over £65,000 for young lives against cancer since 2002.

Worth Primary School raises £1,120 for CLIC Sargent

Worth Primary School raised over £1,000 in support of a school pupil by hosting many different events for CLIC Sargent through 2017.

Young person supported by CLIC Sargent takes over @NHS Twitter account

A young person supported by CLIC Sargent is 'taking over' @NHS Twitter account in the week leading up to World Cancer Day.

CLIC Sargent congratulates award-winning charity partner

The founder of a charity which has provided financial grants, gift bags and supermarket vouchers for families supported by CLIC Sargent in Scotland has received a British Citizen award.

World Cancer Day - "Morrisons banded together for me when my daughter needed proton beam therapy in the States"

A mum of a young girl who needed proton beam therapy in the USA for a brain tumour has spoken of the support she received from cancer charity CLIC Sargent and her employers at Morrisons.

Iain conquers RideLondon for charity close to his heart

When Iain decided to take on the Prudential RideLondon 100 in 2017, there was only one charity he wanted to take on the challenge for. His brother Simon was diagnosed with multiple brain tumours as a teenager and the family were supported by CLIC Sargent. 

Top research priorities for Teenage and Young Adult Cancer identified for the first time

“What psychological support package improves psychological well-being, social functioning and mental health during and after treatment?” has been rated the top priority for future research into teenage and young adult cancer, according to new research launched today. 

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