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Cancer Care Parcel supporting Solving Kids’ Cancer

Cancer Care Parcel

Cancer Care Parcel, an online resource for people affected by cancer, is donating £1 for every children’s gift they sell to Solving Kids’ Cancer until 30 November 2017. As well as offering support and information to people impacted by cancer, Cancer Care Parcel sells thoughtful gifts for both children and adults who are undergoing treatment

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Introducing Cat Alabaster, our new Head of Fundraising

Cat Alabaster

Solving Kids’ Cancer (SKC) welcomed Cat Alabaster in to the role of Head of Fundraising on 19 September 2017. Joining us from the national charity Scope, and Macmillan Cancer Support prior to that, Cat brings with her extensive experience in relationship management fundraising and strategic development, to drive growth and engagement at SKC. Cat says;

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The Bard for Solving Kids’ Cancer

The Brandenburg Choral Festival of London is proudly supporting Solving Kids’ Cancer though their upcoming concert: “If music be the food of love…” The Maidstone Singers and their conductor Kathryn Ridgeway, will be celebrating all things Shakespeare with the variety of music his words have inspired. The concert will take place on Sunday 29 October,

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GamesAid donates £69,729 for children with neuroblastoma surpassing all expectation

We are delighted to announce another significant award from GamesAid – a charity which supports children’s charities in the UK. On 14 September Solving Kids’ Cancer representatives Vicky Inglis, Claire Hislop and Stephen Richards were presented with a cheque for £69,729 at an event hosted by GamesAid for all their chosen charities for 2017. GamesAid

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New SKC partnership ups support for families affected by neuroblastoma

Solving Kids’ Cancer (SKC) and the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) in New York have formed a new partnership to benefit families affected by neuroblastoma that are being supported by SKC to access MSKCC’s Bivalent Vaccine clinical trial. More information coming soon!

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We can defeat neuroblastoma, but not without action

We are appealing for your help to advance our work, which is to identify and fund neuroblastoma research, and advocate for positive change to find a cure for children affected by this cruel disease. Within the last week it has taken two beautiful souls, Bradley Lowery and Eileidh Paterson. They hadn’t even got started in

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Neuroblastoma fighter Bradley Lowery goes with the angels

As a charity dedicated to fighting neuroblastoma, we are devastated to learn of Bradley’s passing. Like many, we have followed his journey, admiring his courage and spirit but deeply saddened by his plight at the hands of this disease. Neuroblastoma has taken another innocent child, starkly reinforcing the fact that we need more help to

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My journey started with wee Oscar…

Back in 2012 I learnt about wee Oscar Knox. He had been diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a rare and aggressive childhood cancer. I started to follow his story through the updates his parents would share through social media and couldn’t help but feel for them all; it seemed so unfair. They were fundraising with Solving Kids’

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Anti-GD2 Antibody Therapy Update, March 2017

Unituxin | dinutuximab | ch14.18/SP2/0 Unitixun™, manufactured by United Therapeutics Corporation (UTC) in the United States of America has been completely withdrawn from Europe due to ongoing supply shortages. European marketing authorization has been withdrawn, and the NICE appraisal process suspended indefinitely. Unituxin is the so-called US anti-GD2 antibody, developed by the National Cancer Institute

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Neuroblastoma, labelled a rare disease

Neuroblastoma is labelled rare because there are 95 new cases each year. What does rare mean for us? That we must work harder to expose it and fight it! Despite its label, neuroblastoma is the most frequent type of cancer diagnosed in the first year of life. Each new diagnosis means a family destroyed, a childhood stolen, pain and suffering. Survival

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