CHILD4CHILD More than 900,000 children from all over the world have participated in the making of this song – raising their voices against childhood cancer. Keep the song alive, share this video! Get We Are One now: – iTunes – Spotify – Deezer – Apple Music – Tidal Credits: Song written by: Christophe and Sophie Beck, David Goldsmith


CONFERENCES & FORUMS CCI Annual International Conference in Kyoto, Japan Conference Theme: Advancing Cure, Transforming Care 16 – 19 November, 2018, Kyoto, Japan (in conjunction with 50th Congress of The International Society of Paediatric Oncology) Dear Members, Survivors and Friends, We are happy to announce that after 5 years, the annual Childhood Cancer International

Welcome message CCI @ SIOP 2017

Dear Parents, Survivors, Family Members, and Volunteers,   On behalf of the Board of Trustees of Childhood Cancer International (CCI) and the Congress Local Organizing Committee I am delighted to welcome you to the Annual SIOP Congress! As in previous years CCI is proud to be a participating partner at this event.   Together you


A white pupil in flash photos can be an early sign of retinoblastoma. All over Europe we are fighting against childhood eye cancer. Together​, we are stronger! That is why we need your support! On Sunday, 16th Oct. 2016, at 9:00 CET a Europe-wide retinoblastoma campaign will start via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram! Even

The importance of cancer registries

Article written by Gerlind Bode, Advisor to the Board - from Peter Kaatsch's presentation on Germany Registries at the 2008 Conference in Berlin. A well-functioning registry is the backbone of any treatment program in paediatric oncology. Exact statistics about the outcome of treatment are the only way to evaluate and adapt therapy protocols. In many

The challenges of a shared-care system

Corry van den Hoed-Heerschop MScN, Erasmus Medical Centre Sophia, Rotterdam I work as a nurse practitioner paediatric oncology and clinical researcher at the Erasmus Medical Centre Sophia Children's Hospital in Rotterdam. A few months ago, working with one of the paediatric oncologists, I started a project for children with ALL (Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia) and their

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