60 years ago, childhood cancer was a death sentence. Today, 8 out of 10 children will survive. But there is much work to be done.
Medical research is how we will cure all children of cancer.
Worldwide, about 300,000 new cases of cancer are diagnosed each year in children and adolescents.
Cancer kills three children every week in Australia – more than any other disease.
70% of children who survive cancer suffer long-term side effects from their treatment.
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Cancer cuts life short for hundreds of children in Australia every year, before they’ve even had a chance to make their mark. You can help change that. Be part of a team that is working tirelessly to find a cure for childhood cancer. A team that is working together every day to help children live longer and more fulfilling lives.
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