World Child Cancer UK

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World Child Cancer UK

Registered Charity No: 1084729 (England & Wales). 

The problem

Each year, more than 300,000 children are expected to develop cancer worldwide. In developed countries more than 80% of them will survive; whilst in many developing countries survival rates are as low as 10%.

Our solution

We believe that every child with cancer, wherever they live in the world, should have equal access to the best possible treatment and care. We achieve this by:

• Partnering specialised healthcare professionals from developed countries with those in
  developing countries to share knowledge and improve treatment standards

• Providing financial and emotional support to children and their families at diagnosis and
  beyond to limit the impact that cancer can have

• Raising awareness to ensure people know childhood cancer is treatable and to improve their
  trust in healthcare systems


What’s new

  • World Child Cancer

    A new partnership to train African nurses in the fight against childhood cancer

    Supplier news15 February 2019

    On International Childhood Cancer Day 2019 we are proud to announce a first-time partnership between The Children’s Hospital Trust (South Africa) and World Child Cancer (UK).

  • World Child Cancer

    Epsom College excel in fundraising!

    Supplier news31 January 2019

    World Child Cancer would like to say a huge thank you to everyone at Epsom College who helped raise £2,943.60 to support children with cancer, and their families, in the developing world.

  • World Child Cancer

    Doctor runs his 7th Marathon

    Supplier news7 January 2019

    Dr. Sumit Gupta is one of the incredible team of World Child Cancer runners taking part in this years’ London Marathon.