4,500 children and young people are diagnosed with cancer every year in the UK.
Children with Cancer funds research, welfare and campaigning projects to help children with all types of cancer.
Cancer is the most common cause of death in the UK for children aged 1-14 years with around 240 children losing their lives every year in the UK.
In addition, around 210 young adults (aged 15-24 years) die every year from cancer.
The types of cancer affecting children are quite different from the cancers that affect teenagers and young adults.
Information on types of cancer, treatment, causes and more is available at this link.
Children with Cancer supports families through welfare programmes and campaigns on their behalf.
Full details of the work that they do are available at the following links:
The latest news and stories about their work are available at this link.
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