Media Centre

Want to know about children and young people with cancer and their families? Well, we’ve got something to say! Our Media and PR team is available 24/7 for comment, interviews and information.

For media enquiries only, call our Media and PR team on 020 8752 2812 or email (Please note, we are only able to help with media queries on this number, for anything else please call 0300 330 0803)

Out of hours contact: +44 (0)844 848 1189

You can also check out our contacts for journalists and our Ambassadors and Celebrity Supporters page.

Our response to the government’s interim report on its Major Conditions Strategy in England

Monday 14 August 2023

Our response to Northern Ireland Teenage and Young Adult cancer service review

Tuesday 1 August 2023

UK-wide billboards raise awareness of Young Lives vs Cancer’s campaign on young cancer patients’ travel costs

Monday 31 July 2023

Young Lives vs Cancer launch new billboards with support from JCDecaux Community Channel

Our response to the NHS Long-Term Workforce Plan

Friday 30 June 2023

Young Lives vs Cancer responds to NHS' Long-Term Workforce Plan

Young Lives vs Cancer’s #RunningOnEmpty report looks into the impact travel costs have on young people with cancer and their families

Tuesday 13 June 2023

The new report includes data gathered via Young Lives vs Cancer's survey of over 250 respondents and outlines the impact of travel costs during treatment

Young Lives vs Cancer launches new Pride pin badges for frontline staff

Thursday 1 June 2023

The new Pride pin badge is available for all frontline staff and is on sale for supporters on our online shop

Young Lives vs Cancer announces the closure of its charity shops 

Friday 26 May 2023

Young Lives vs Cancer has announced its chain of 13 shops will close over the next 18 months. 

Young Lives vs Cancer Welcomes NHS England’s Teenage and Young Adult Cancer Service Specifications

Thursday 25 May 2023

Young Lives vs Cancer launches Running on Empty campaign

Tuesday 23 May 2023

Almost three quarters of young cancer patients and their families struggling with cost of travelling to treatment, charity finds