Our Stories

Meet some of the patients, families and teams who have inspired us in our work to ensure children with cancer in the developing world have equal access to treatment and care.
Patients and Families
25.04.19
Lesli is 12 years old, and is currently being treated for Acute Lymphoblastic Lukemia at a World Child Cancer site in
Patients and Families
19.04.19
Like many nine-year-olds around the world, Lucia had a zest for life -- but that all changed in 2015 with a cancer
Survivors
07.02.19
Loves to draw... Su Su is a shy 12-year-old girl who loves to draw. In April 2015, following visits to two different
Patients and Families
28.01.19
Chikondi is an eight-year-old boy living with leukaemia. He sits with a smile as Meg Collington, Health Partnership and
Survivors
19.12.18
During our visit to Ghana, Professor Lorna Renner introduced us to 26-year-old Prince, a cancer survivor who was
Healthcare Professionals
13.12.18
Nurse Kate is a warm and friendly figure in the children’s ward at Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH) in Accra. Her
Healthcare Professionals
13.12.18
Sophie Gorman is a Chemotherapy Staff Nurse at Kettering General Hospital. This month we’re celebrating the role of
Healthcare Professionals
05.12.18
Nurses play a vital role in cancer care for children at Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH). As with childhood cancer
Healthcare Professionals
05.12.18
Nurse Pat is a Deputy Director of Nursing Service who now works at the Day Care Unit at Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (

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