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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

What is our Children and Young People’s Cancer Plan all about?

We’re calling for a Children and Young People’s Cancer Plan to meet the specific needs of children and young people with cancer.  

Young cancer patient Aasiyah smiling in a hospital bed

Fight Club: Aasiyah’s story. “You’ve been the biggest support.”

Mum Rizwana shares how our supporters made sure social worker, Becca, could be there for her daughter Aasiyah when she was diagnosed aged two.

Young Lives vs Cancer volunteer, Lewis

Fight Club: Lewis’ story. “I’ll never tire of volunteering.”

Lewis was diagnosed with leukaemia aged 17. He now volunteers on our Voice Board, putting young cancer patients at the heart of everything we do.

Young cancer patient Vic having chemotherapy at the hospital

Fight Club: Vic’s story. “Without your support, I would’ve stopped...

The toll of cancer and its costs meant Vic nearly stopped treatment. Read how our supporters were there when she thought she had to do it all alone.

London Marathon runners for Young Lives vs Cancer hug in celebration after the event

Fight Club: London Marathon Legends

See incredible images from this year’s London Marathon and read about Carl and Chantelle, who ran in memory of their son, James.

Baby Oscar in the hospital with his dad Russell

Fight Club: Remember Oscar?

Social worker, Nicky, shares an update on Oscar and his family, who you supported when he was diagnosed at just five months old.