About Children's Cancer
Research Fund Children's Cancer
Research Fund (CCRF) invests in lifesaving, leading-edge research in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatments to cure childhood cancers and blood-related disorders.
Chris Peacock, chairman of the NECCR, said: "The fund was set up to ensure money was raised to support research into children's cancer
and every year since that people have gone above and beyond to help.
These restaurants will deduct a sum from each bill for the Children's Cancer
Center, meaning that by having a meal at those restaurants you contribute automatically, once you have paid the bill, to treatment of a sick child at the center, and [help] to restore hope," CCCL said in a statement.
To find out more about Birmingham Children's Hospital and the Children's Cancer
Centre Appeal visit www.
8220;It is difficult to put into words how much the support of our associates means to the kids undergoing treatment at the Children's Cancer
Center," added Cari Burris, co-founder.
Also, we are planning to open a new branch in Tanta City at Al Gharbia province in Egypt that can accommodate up to 60 cancer patients," Khalid Abdullah, Arab affairs manager at the fund-raising department of the Children's Cancer
Hospital, told Gulf News.
Summary: The Samsung Stars Corporate Football Tournament presents check to Tanta's 57357 Children's Cancer
Ambassador Gfoeller participated in two handover ceremonies for the donation of medicines and medical supplies to the Bishkek Pediatric Emergency Hospital and the Children's Cancer
Center by the Transit Center at Manas, the U.
ARTISTIC students have drawn upon their sporting talents to raise funds for a children's cancer
Debbie said a children's cancer
centre in North Wales is vital, and added: "Child cancer is a big issue here but people just get shipped over to Alder Hey or Manchester.
Gift cards can be mailed or delivered to the Michael Hoefflin Foundation for Children's Cancer
, 26470 Ruether Ave.
Bruce Morland, senior children's cancer
specialist, said these achievements were not the result of the Government's first Cancer Plan.
AN ACADEMIC from Coventry University is to travel to the other side of the world to learn more about educating children's cancer
The money was raised from the Greggs North West's Children's Cancer
Research Run 2004, which saw more than 700 people take part.
Sir Paul Nurse, chief executive of Cancer Research UK, said, 'The improved survival from children's cancer
in Britain and other developed countries is one of our greatest success stories.