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EUROPEAN ELECTIONS 2019 MANIFESTO FOR THE PAEDIATRIC ONCO-HAEMATOLOGY COMMUNITY

BEATING CHILDHOOD CANCER: CURE MORE AND CURE BETTER – TOWARDS ZERO DEATHS AND ZERO LATE-EFFECTS   Brussels, Belgium – The SIOP Europe and CCI Europe Manifesto for the European Elections of 2019 was launched at the International Childhood Cancer Awareness Day Read more »


CCI Europe Regional Conference Prague, May 22-24, 2019

The 10th CCI Europe Regional Conference will take place from May 22-24, 2019 in Prague (Czech Republic). Since a jubilee is suitable for a premiere, the conference will be in partnership with the first edition of the SIOP Europe Annual Read more »


Childhood Cancer International Applauds World Health Organization’s New Global Childhood Cancer Initiative

Childhood Cancer International (CCI) provided its overwhelming support on Friday September 28th for the World Health Organization’s (WHO) announcement of its new global initiative to address the disparity between childhood cancer survival in low-middle versus high-income countries. The announcement came Read more »


Brain cancer replaces leukemia as the leading cause of cancer deaths in kids

It’s official: Brain cancer has replaced leukemia as the leading cause of cancer deaths among children and adolescents. In 1999, almost a third of cancer deaths among patients aged 1 to 19 were attributable to leukemia while about a quarter Read more »


Feelings by Nicole Scobie

How are you feeling? I get that question a lot. How do you feel? How are you doing? How are you holding up? It’s comforting to know that people care. But it’s also so hard to answer. The emotional range Read more »


What Happened When My Son Spotted Another Cancer Fighter in Public

I hardly notice anymore that Elliot has no hair. I do notice people’s reactions when they see him, if we’re at a restaurant or the store, and his hat falls off, or he takes it off, since he doesn't really Read more »


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