Why Unite2Cure childhood cancer?

Why do we need a unified European movement? There is growing recognition across the parent/patient and professional community that promising new drugs for children and teenagers with cancer are not being developed quickly enough. Whilst there has been excellent progress…

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The European Parliament is about to vote on a resolution which would give a boost to childhood cancer research. Please send a message to the MEPs asking them to support this resolution. The vote takes place on December 15th, so it is urgent you contact your MEPs as soon as you can.

How to change the system

Cancer remains the primary cause of death by disease of children and adolescents in Europe, yet investment in research into childhood cancers lags far behind that for adults. A few basic changes to European law, however, could transform the situation and harness the…

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Fireworks for International Childhood Cancer Day

February 15th was International Childhood Cancer Day and one way we chose to celebrate was by dispatching our reply to the European Commission’s Consultation on the Paediatric Regulation on the same date as the ICCD call to action. This was…

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EUROPEAN CANCER COMMUNITY WELCOMES EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN WITH CANCER

The European Parliament adopted the Resolution during its plenary session in Strasbourg. 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.

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Let’s Do #More4KidsCancer – Support Our Campaign by 15 Dec 2016

Between now and Thursday 15th December 2016, support our online campaign Let’s Do #More4KidsCancer to act in favour of children and young adults with cancer.

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URGENT: Call on your MEP to support children with cancer

The European Parliament is about to vote on a resolution urging the Commission to act swiftly and decisively on the Paediatric Medicines Regulation – and thus give a boost to childhood cancer research.

Please send a message to the Members of the European Parliament for your constituency asking them to support this resolution. The vote takes place on December 15th, so it is urgent you contact your MEPs as soon as you can.

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Some Facts…

It is impossible to measure the impact that childhood cancer has on it’s victims and their families by using statistics but research funding decisions are often based on numbers. Here are some facts about childhood cancer for you to consider:…

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