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Kev’s Story: Celebrating 40yrs cancer-free by running half marathon in wellies

To mark this milestone Kev's putting himself through his paces, training to run the London Landmarks Half Marathon in wellies for Young Lives vs ...

An image of actor Phil Dunster holding a Young Lives vs Cancer t-shirt outside Paul's House, one of Young Lives vs Cancer's Homes from Home.

Ted Lasso star Phil Dunster takes on London Marathon for Team Young Lives!

Star of Ted Lasso, Emmy-award nominated Phil Dunster, is swapping his AFC Richmond football boots for his running trainers to run the London Marathon ...

Louise: taking on the Jurassic Coast in memory of niece Charlotte

Last year, Louise and her friend Giselle took on the Jurassic Coast trek in memory of Charlotte for Young Lives vs Cancer.

Meet Lewis… a member of our Voice Board

Meet Lewis, a member of our Voice Board, which brings together young people and parents/carers with lived experiences of cancer to influence decision ...

Lauren: why change is important this World Cancer Day

Lauren, Policy and Public Affairs Manager, explains why 2024 needs to be a year of change for children and young people with cancer.

Mphango: the changes I’d like to see this World Cancer Day

This World Cancer Day, we had a chat with Mphango about her own cancer experience and why change needs to happen in 2024.

Young Lives vs Cancer joins forces with Metro for their epic Lifeline campaign

Young Lives vs Cancer has joined forces with Metro's Lifeline campaign to launch a Jurassic Coast Challenge, which is taking place in May.

Free hospital parking plans in Northern Ireland under threat

Young Lives vs Cancer's Devolved Nations Policy and Public Affair's Officer Ben shares how free parking in Northern Ireland hospitals is und...

Young Lives vs Cancer is chosen for this year’s Mirror Christmas appeal

Find out how you can support Young Lives vs Cancer this Christmas through the Mirror’s fundraising appeal.