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Road to Lisbon

To mark the 50th anniversary of Celtic FC’s greatest ever triumph – their 1967 European Cup victory – one group of supporters are preparing a momentous event in memory of that famous night in Portugal. The Road to Lisbon. An incredible group of 28 cycling Celts will take part in this historic event, which will

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A perfect storm

Globally, one child per million is diagnosed with high-risk neuroblastoma every year. Solving Kids’ Cancer is working to ensure that child can beat the odds The most common extracranial solid tumour in childhood, and arguably one of the least well-known, neuroblastoma is a cancer of the sympathetic nervous system which occurs in infants more often than

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Little Eileidh Paterson’s family in search for ways to stop cancer coming back

A Moray youngster who is battling cancer has travelled the length of the UK as her family searches for ways to prevent the disease returning. Eileidh Paterson was first diagnosed with high risk neuroblastoma two years ago, but she overcame the illness last summer and embarked on a series of trips to America aimed at

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APPEAL ON REFUSAL OF CHILDREN’S CANCER TREATMENT UPHELD Solving Kids’ Cancer Successfully Challenges NICE Decision

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has today announced that it has upheld the appeal by Solving Kids’ Cancer against the Institute’s decision not to recommend dinutuximab for treating high-risk neuroblastoma. The decision on whether to recommend dinutuximab will now be referred back to the Appraisal Committee for reconsideration. Solving Kids’ Cancer

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Blaydon Under 11s raise £1,700 in memory of Ben Lee

Over the last few weeks Blaydon Rugby Club’s Under 11s have been raising money for Solving Kids’ Cancer in memory of Ben Lee, taking part in a charity conversion-a-thon, bag packing, raffle and other sponsored events, and recently we were presented with a cheque of £1,700! Youth Team Chairman Paul Vinnicombe said he was very

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Update on our appeal to NICE regarding dinutuximab

Following the announcement that the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence had refused to fund dinutuximab for UK children with neuroblastoma, we lodged an appeal against the decision on Friday July 29th 2016. We have heard that NICE will consider one of the points we raised although they were “not minded to consider” the

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Waitrose Community Matters Scheme supports Solving Kids’ Cancer

Thank you to Waitrose Temple Fortune for choosing Solving Kids’ Cancer as one of their good causes to support throughout June. Through their Community Matters Scheme, we’re delighted to have been presented with £615.00, which helps to continue our work supporting children and families affected by childhood cancer. Each month, Waitrose stores set aside £1000

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Congratulations Runners!

Fifty-four amazing individuals ran The British 10k London Run on Saturday 10th July for Solving Kids’ Cancer. Our thanks to each and every one of you for your determination to cross the finish line and to reach your fundraising targets! Your support gives real hope to children and families affected by childhood cancer. Once all the funds

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Enter our raffle for the chance to win Take That tickets

We’re raffling off three tickets to see Take That plus special guests at Barclaycard presents British Summer Time at Hyde Park on Saturday 9th July to raise funds for children and families affected by childhood cancer. Special guests include Olly Murs, Ella Eyre, Jamie Lawson, Nathan Sykes, Grace & more! One raffle ticket is £1! Purchase as many as

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Press Announcement of CEO Appointment

A new Chief Executive is to head the childhood cancer charity, Solving Kids’ Cancer (Europe), based in the UK. Having spent the last seventeen years working for Macmillan Cancer Support, Stephen Richards has extensive experience in the field and will focus on driving the charity’s aims of supporting children and families affected by childhood cancer

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