#BandAgainstCancer on World Cancer Day 4 Feb 2020

Cancer doesn’t care about your education, your plans, your future. It can turn up at any time. That’s why CLIC Sargent is here to stop it destroying young lives. Get your band this World Cancer Day and show your support for young lives against cancer.

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#BandAgainstCancer on World Cancer Day 4 Feb 2020

Cancer doesn’t care about your education, your plans, your future. It can turn up at any time. That’s why CLIC Sargent is here to stop it destroying young lives. Get your band this World Cancer Day and show your support for young lives against cancer.

Get your band today Watch our film


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Cancer doesn’t care about your education, your plans, your future

CLIC Sargent is here to stop it destroying young lives

Tawanda

Diagnosed with a brain tumour when he was 18 years old

“The support from CLIC Sargent helped me to keep on track with my education and not lose sight of the end goals which is so important.”

Tawanda was just three weeks away from starting his Sports Therapy degree at University of Kent. He relapsed after his second year at university and had to defer for a second time. Despite all of this and having to learn how to walk, talk and swallow following his treatment, Tawanda completed his degree and graduated in July, 5 years after his first diagnosis.

#BandAgainstCancer for young people like Tawanda this World Cancer Day.

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Tawanda

Diagnosed with a brain tumour when he was 18 years old

“The support from CLIC Sargent helped me to keep on track with my education and not lose sight of the end goals which is so important.”

Tawanda was just three weeks away from starting his Sports Therapy degree at University of Kent. He relapsed after his second year at university and had to defer for a second time. Despite all of this and having to learn how to walk, talk and swallow following his treatment, Tawanda completed his degree and graduated in July, 5 years after his first diagnosis.

#BandAgainstCancer for young people like Tawanda this World Cancer Day.

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Lily

Diagnosed with with Hodgkin Lymphoma in November 2018

“My CLIC Sargent social worker Mark has been a fantastic support. He introduced me to the music programme which has made a massive difference to my life and recovery.”

Lily was applying for university when she was diagnosed. After four months of treatment she was given the all-clear, and next year she’ll be going to Cambridge to study music. She’s a pianist, singer, and composer, music is passion but while she was going through treatment she lost all interest in music – she was too tired to even listen to it. CLIC Sargent’s Music Programme has helped Lily in her recovery.

#BandAgainstCancer for young people like Lily this World Cancer Day.

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Lily

Diagnosed with with Hodgkin Lymphoma in November 2018

“My CLIC Sargent social worker Mark has been a fantastic support. He introduced me to the music programme which has made a massive difference to my life and recovery.”

Lily was applying for university when she was diagnosed. After four months of treatment she was given the all-clear, and next year she’ll be going to Cambridge to study music. She’s a pianist, singer, and composer, music is passion but while she was going through treatment she lost all interest in music – she was too tired to even listen to it. CLIC Sargent’s Music Programme has helped Lily in her recovery.

#BandAgainstCancer for young people like Lily this World Cancer Day.

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Kat

Diagnosed with Angiomatoid Fibrous Histiocytoma two years ago

“My social worker Charlotte is amazing, she has made the world of difference and I love her for all she’s done.”

Kat was told she had terminal cancer after more than a year of being misdiagnosed. In the year that followed, she began to feel completely isolated after her partner left her and she lost her two best friends. CLIC Sargent stepped in and helped her to regain her confidence.

#BandAgainstCancer for young people like Kat this World Cancer Day.

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Kat

Diagnosed with Angiomatoid Fibrous Histiocytoma two years ago

“My social worker Charlotte is amazing, she has made the world of difference and I love her for all she’s done.”

Kat was told she had terminal cancer after more than a year of being misdiagnosed. In the year that followed, she began to feel completely isolated after her partner left her and she lost her two best friends. CLIC Sargent stepped in and helped her to regain her confidence.

#BandAgainstCancer for young people like Kat this World Cancer Day.

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Sofyan

Diagnosed with with Osteosarcoma when he was 9 years old

“It’s the most difficult choice we’ve ever had to make, but ultimately it was his life over his limb.”

Sofyan was diagnosed with cancer after his mum spotted a lump on his leg. As a keen footballer they assumed it could be muscle but soon realised that wasn’t the case. After several tests it was revealed he had a tumour and treatment started soon after. Sofyan had chemo but it didn’t work as well as the doctor’s wanted and the family had to make the difficult decision to agree to amputate his leg. As a footy-mad youngster Sofyan made a strong recovery with physiotherapy and is now back playing football with his friends.

#BandAgainstCancer for young people like Sofyan this World Cancer Day.

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Sofyan

Diagnosed with with Osteosarcoma when he was 9 years old

“It’s the most difficult choice we’ve ever had to make, but ultimately it was his life over his limb.”

Sofyan was diagnosed with cancer after his mum spotted a lump on his leg. As a keen footballer they assumed it could be muscle but soon realised that wasn’t the case. After several tests it was revealed he had a tumour and treatment started soon after. Sofyan had chemo but it didn’t work as well as the doctor’s wanted and the family had to make the difficult decision to agree to amputate his leg. As a footy-mad youngster Sofyan made a strong recovery with physiotherapy and is now back playing football with his friends.

#BandAgainstCancer for young people like Sofyan this World Cancer Day.

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Get one of our limited edition bands and show your support for young lives against cancer.

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