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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...
Venus’ story: Diagnosed with a brain tumour at 10 years old
Venus was diagnosed with a brain tumour at just 10 years old and went on to have chemotherapy treatment at the Royal Marsden hospital
Mphango’s story: Diagnosed with leukaemia after starting a new career
Mphango was diagnosed with leukaemia at 24 and went on to have radiotherapy and chemotherapy treatment at the Royal Marsden hospital in Sutton
“We all want the future to be better for children and young people with cancer...
Jenny Turner, our Director of Strategy and Governance, on why she’s so passionate about our cancer care survey and how to get involved
Bilbo the brave, living with cancer after ringing the bell
Mum Kim shares her family's experience when her son Bilbo was diagnosed with leukaemia at five and the impact it has had on their lives ever sinc...
Arianna’s story. Diagnosed with neuroblastoma and travelling for treatment
Arianna was diagnosed with neuroblastoma at 5 and has travelled across the UK for treatment
Tia’s story. Diagnosed with leukaemia at just four years old.
Tia has been on and off of treatment for six years since she was diagnosed with leukaemia at four years old
“Our children and young people’s cancer plan is ambitious but it should ...
Helen Gravestock, Director of Policy, Influencing and Voice at Young Lives vs Cancer on why a Children and Young People’s Cancer Plan is so needed.
Dylan’s story. His family had to travel to hospital up to four times a wee...
Dylan was diagnosed with leukaemia at just two years old. He went to hospital for chemo three or four times a week, and the journey take up to an hour...