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 A key aim of the Resolution is to limit pharmaceutical companies’ scope to avoid the obligation the existing law imposes on them to investigate and develop drugs for children. Read More
Childhood deaths from cancer have decreased by nearly 40% in the past 15 years in Australia, our latest figures show. While overall cancer rates have increased during the past 30 years, mortality rates have dropped, both overall and for particular types of childhood cancer. Read More
The most beautiful monument of love in the world, the Taj Mahal in India, held the first ever cause related 3 days childhood cancer awareness exhibition, in an action named “Taj Goes Gold”. Read More
There is an old Irish proverb which says: In our togetherness, castles are built (Trí na chéile a thógtar na cáisléain.P ). That is exactly what happened in the 4 days meeting of CCI members, parents/families of kids with cancer and childhood cancer survivors. There were 35 Survivors who participated in the Survivors track of the CCI conference held in the Oak Room of the Mansion House. Joining them were 21 others consisting of  allied health professionals (e.g.psycho-oncologist, dietitian, nurse), parents, a researcher and an academician. Topics included very interesting discussions on late effects, career choices, fertility and other challenges that survivors face during their re-integration. See More
Mary Claire Rennick, from Childhood Cancer Foundation in Ireland, talks about co-hosting the Parents and Survivors/CCI Track of the 48th Siop Congress. See More
In October 31th, the Child Cancer Interinstitutional Observatory, OICI (according to its denomination in Spanish), was formally opened in Colombian Caribbean Cost. See More
EESHWAR CHILD WELFARE FOUNDATION in India is empowering the the mothers of children with cancer who are marginalized and underprivileged. Mothers are  trained to make paper jewelry, Envelopes, Recycled bags and clothes as Jhabla cloth nappies for new born babies. This products are then distributed and sold in Ram Manohar Lohia Institute. This program assists families of children with cancer to have additional funds for their treatment and care.