Why our research matters
Our organisation exists solely to put an end to childhood cancer. We don't just hope to do it. We will do it.
Every week, nearly 3 children and adolescents will die from cancer
Cancer kills more children than any other disease
Every year more than 950 children and adolescents are diagnosed with cancer
Harper was not even two years old when a shock diagnosis of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia meant she would end up spending the next year, a third of her short life time, in hospital undergoind gruelling treatment. Thank to a test develop by Children's Cancer Institue, her family are hoping she never has to go back
Where the money goes
Research & scientific activities to help cure childhood cancer.
In 2017, 79 cents of every dollar spent within the institute was spent directly on dedicated research to help cure childhood cancer.
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Bouncy, bright-eyed Kayne was a typically playful and curious toddler - until he started displaying warrying symptoms. Mum, Danni, took him to the local hospital time and time again, only to be told it was 'just reflux' - until one day, she refused to leave without an answer.
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