Rachel Lucas from Minster, Kent, whose five-year-old-son Harry is going through treatment for leukaemia is raising awareness of the hidden emotional and mental health impact that a childhood cancer diagnosis can have on families, and the need for the right support.
Debbie and Andrew Moran from Warstock, Birmingham, whose year six-year-old daughter Abigail is going through treatment for leukaemia, are fronting a new campaign that’s raising awareness of the hidden mental health impact a cancer diagnosis has on families, and the need for the right support.
A Derry mum whose baby daughter was diagnosed with cancer is sharing her family’s story about its impact on their family to help raise awareness with a national cancer charity.
A Morrisons manager who went from self-confessed couch potato to avid mountain climber is setting his sights on climbing eight of Europe’s tallest peaks in four months, raising money for CLIC Sargent, the supermarket's charity partner.
A local mum whose daughter received a shock cancer diagnosis is sharing their story about its impact on their family to help raise awareness with a national cancer charity.
Team of five from Newcastle take on the Great North Run on Sunday in memory of baby Zoe who sadly passed away in June. Zoe's mum Laura talks about her experience and why she signed up for the run.
Self-confessed couch potato Anya from Northamptonshire who works for one of our corporate partners BAM Construct UK, and her wife Sue, are running 5k this September in memory their niece Naomi.
Two Yorkshire companies are coming together to raise thousands for young people facing cancer, with a tasty promotion launching on September 6.
Hidden costs of childhood cancer: More than half of parents experienced depression during child’s treatment
Childhood cancer is taking a toll on the mental health of parents, with many identifying depression, anxiety and even panic attacks, as a consequence, new statistics from CLIC Sargent reveal.
Two young people who have been supported by CLIC Sargent, Ethan McLaughlin and Brad Gudger, have been selected to join the NHS Youth Forum.