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Cancer can be a very scary word. Most of the time cancer is only seen in older people, but sometimes children get it too. However, if a child gets cancer and receives treatment for it, a lot of the time it can be cured.
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The Children’s Cancer Unit Charity, one of Northern Ireland’s leading organisations supporting families affected by childhood cancer, has appointed its…Read More
The impact of a child cancer diagnosis can be hugely upsetting for the siblings of those diagnosed and it’s important…Read More
A new ultrasound room at the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children is making a big difference to the experience…Read More
I attended the International Symposium of Paediatric Neuro-oncology (ISPNO) Conference which took place in Liverpool, last June. This was a…