A new report published in the Lancet Oncology reveals five-year survival rates in some forms of cancer were much lower in teenagers and young adults than in children.
Brian Hampton, an Assistant Manager at Lidl’s New Milton store in Hampshire, has vowed to run a half marathon every month to raise funds for children and young people’s cancer support charity CLIC Sargent.
CLIC Sargent has partnered with Zaccys, a new fashion brand specialising in women’s luxury shoes, after the founder’s family received support from the charity.
Over 250 people participated in the 12th annual Gerard Logue Memorial 5K run and walk on the first Sunday of May, and helped to raise £7,430 for CLIC Sargent.
A Coventry salon owner who was diagnosed with leukaemia when she was just two years old has put on a Ladies Night in support of CLIC Sargent, which helped her and her family.
A pair of young, football-mad cancer patients had the dream opportunity to step out on the pitch for the William Hill Scottish Cup Final.
A spectacular and unique choir flash mob amazed passengers at East Midlands Airport at 4am, in honour of Wig Wednesday.
Wolves’ fan Kenzie-Lei Jones, from Wolverhampton, who is currently being treated for Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, got to walk out through the players' tunnel with football star Lee Hendrie, among others, at the fundraising event.
Team Skywalker, led by Jodie ‘Skywalker’ Dowling, sold homemade cakes and bakes as well as teas, coffees and ‘Debbie’s bacon butties’ to staff and passengers at Manchester Airport, raising an incredible £1,243 for C
CLIC Sargent social care professionals provide bereavement support to families who are dealing with the devastating effects of losing a child to cancer. It was recently the first anniversary of the North East Bereaved Parents Group.