Today, Kate Lee, Chief Executive at CLIC Sargent, joined Robert Halfon MP and representatives from Headway and FairFuelUK to hand in a petition calling for hospital car parking fees to be abolished at Number 10 Downing Street.
Morrisons has continued its support for CLIC Sargent this Childhood Cancer Awareness Month with an ice cream party for eight youngsters.
NHS England has announced today (Wednesday 5 September) that children and young people up to the age of 25 with B cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) will be able to receive CAR-T therapy.
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Children with cancer are travelling twice as far and spending twice as much on travel for treatment than adults research reveals
Young cancer patients are having to travel twice as far, and spend twice as much, on getting to and from hospital than adults with cancer, new research from CLIC Sargent has revealed today (1).
CLIC Sargent’s CrossFit exercise programme shortlisted at the Northern Ireland Health and Fitness Awards
A Belfast CrossFit exercise programme for young adult cancer survivors has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Excellence in Rehabilitation category in the first ever Northern Ireland Health and Fitness Awards.
Jess Rees from Weston-Super-Mare has signed up to complete 30 epic runs before her 30th birthday. This year not only marks the year that Jess turns 30, it is also 10 years since Jess lost her beloved sister Alex to Leukeamia.
Players of People’s Postcode Lottery raise over £6 million for children and young people with cancer.
Children and young people’s cancer charity CLIC Sargent is thanking players of People’s Postcode Lottery for raising over £6 million in just two years for children and young people with cancer across the UK.
CLIC Sargent were chosen as the School’s Charity of the Year in 2017 and since then they have put on three fabulous events that have collectively raised over £11,000 for Young Lives vs Cancer.
CLIC Sargent welcomes the Department for Education’s announcement to invest £4 million into the education and outcomes of children taught in alternative provision, in particular, the introduction of robots to enable children in hospital to participate virtually in lessons.