As part of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month we asked Dr Beth's daughter, Romy, to explain some of her mum's research on leukaemia that we are funding.
Please share this with colleagues and friends to help raise awareness this Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
Louis and Grace explain Dr Zoe's research
Cancer survivor, Louis, and his twin sister Grace explain Dr Zoe's research - one of the research projects we fund.
Read more: Louis' story
What's it like for a young person with cancer?
When Elliott was 16 he developed an abnormal swelling on his leg. It was diagnosed as a rare type of soft tissue cancer. Elliott is now 19 and fighting the cancer for the third time.
"I like to help people and get the word out about childhood cancers."
Click below to listen to Elliot's podcast:
Read more: Elliot's story
It came as a terrible shock to the Hutchinson family when their active 13 year old daughter Charlotte was diagnosed with leukaemia.
"I didn’t want to get beaten by cancer. Every day we always said with our family, we don’t want to get beaten by it and carry on."
Click below to listen to Charlotte's podcast:
Read more: Charlotte's story
A Parent's perspective
Charlotte's mum Pam talks about the the impact of childhood cancer from a mum's perspective.
Click below to listen to Pam's podcast: