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President Ruth Hoffman MPH, urges members to continue the CCI mission and presents the new reality we have faced in 2020. + Read more
Please find the newest website that CCI created for the International Childhood Cancer Day +ICCD Website
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ICCD HIGHLIGHT'S

Due to the COVID-19, Rainbow Foundation cancelled all wards activities, including the celebration for International Childhood Cancer Day (ICCD). Although no ward activities are allowed, Rainbow Foundation has not stopped serving to the kids and their families. +Read More

Find +Here 16 inspiring ICCD stories from CCI asian members

The players, coaches, referees and journalists who broadcasted professional football in Chile wore gold bracelets, entered the stadiums with canvases on childhood cancer, and the public painted their faces with the gold ribbon. +Watch video
A delegation of CCI-E attended the 10th International Childhood Cancer Day #ICCD event in the European Parliament. They were raising their voices about big data and artificial intelligence because CCI-E places great hopes in those two tools to foster progress in childhood cancers with the support of active EU policies and programmes.  +More
Read about Kebede, five years old children from Addis Ababa, who have a beautiful story about ACCO nutrition program in Ethiopia. +Read More 
The CHOC awareness and education programme aims to train healthcare professionals, healthcare workers, traditional practitioners, and community advocates to identify the early warning signs of childhood cancer and to follow the correct referral pathways for childhood cancer. +Read More
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The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) supports the World Health Organization (WHO) Global Initiative for Childhood Cancer, which aims to reach at least a 60% survival rate for all childhood cancer patients globally by 2030. +Watch More
In commemoration of the Year of Nurses and Midwives 2020, the Sanofi Espoir Foundation has decided to double the number of grants awarded to nurses specializing in pediatric oncology. This year, the number of “My Child Matters Nursing Awards” has raised to ten. +Read More
Pediatric cancer experts and health authorities convened by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), and together with the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, called for stepped-up action to improve the survival rate for children suffering from cancer in the Caribbean. +Read More
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