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Urgent! New law means we need your consent to stay in touch

Say Yes to keep in touch here We know you care about our work for children and families affected by neuroblastoma. But when a new law comes into place on 25th May 2018, we won’t be able to keep in contact with you by email or telephone unless you’ve told us that it’s OK. Even

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Support Solving Kids’ Cancer this March without spending a penny!

Throughout March, you can support children battling neuroblastoma by voting for us to be Charity of the Month for My Favourite Voucher Codes. How does it work? MFVC allows you to save money on your shopping with thousands of voucher codes from all your favourite retailers, restaurants and hotels. As if that wasn’t incentive enough,

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Have your say on our brand!

We’ve been thinking about how we look and talk about our work and want to hear your views. Our survey takes 10 minutes to complete and if you do, you could win £50 to spend in Marks and Spencer*. Take part in our brand survey Anecdotally, and often second-hand, we hear different opinions about our

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SKC Appoint Scientific Advisory Board of International Repute

We are delighted to announce that we have appointed a Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) of international repute, concentrating specifically on developing a Research Strategy for Solving Kids’ Cancer and to oversee the development of a formal, structured and accredited research funding award process. Professor Andy Pearson, Dr John Maris, Dr Juliet Gray and Dr Lucas

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Anti-GD2 Antibody Therapy Update, December 2017

Isqette | APN311 | dinutuximab beta | ch14.18/CHO Isqette™ or dinutuximab beta was originally developed by APEIRON Biologics and sold to EUSA Pharma, a UK company. Dinutuximab beta is the so-called European anti-GD2 antibody, used in clinical trials conducted by the SIOPEN collaborative research group, which includes the UK. In May 2017 dinutuximab beta was

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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 and teenage care package they sell to Solving Kids’ Cancer until July 2018. As well as offering support and information to people impacted by cancer, Cancer Care Parcel sells thoughtful gifts for children, teenagers and adults who

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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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