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To help raise awareness of childhood cancer, a number of families have kindly offered to share their personal experiences.
"My youngest son was diagnosed with leukaemia when he was just three years old.
Within two hours of taking Alex to A&E, he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia and transferred to intensive care. By 5pm that same day, he was in a medically induced coma and we were told that our son’s chances of survival were less than 5%.
Our little boy is a miracle story. Alex finished his treatment at the end of July 2013 and a week later we got the phone call to say he had the all-clear. He is doing amazingly well now." Debbie Logan, Alex's mum
Read patient stories from families affected by childhood cancer
To request an interview, please contact Mark Hooley, Communications Manager.
We have spokespeople from across the charity.
Professor Denis Henshaw BSc, PHD - Honorary Scientific Director
Denis is a Physicist and Professor of Human Radiation Effects at the University of Bristol, with special expertise.
He has been a scientific advisor to Children with Cancer UK for several years. He serves on our scientific grants committee and can speak on both the science we fund and the scientific context of cancer research.
Eddie O'Gorman, OBE - Chairman and founder
Eddie O’Gorman founded the charity with his late wife Marion in memory of their two children, Paul and Jean, who tragically both died of cancer. Since then, he has devoted his life to overcoming childhood leukaemia and other cancers.
Eddie was made an Honorary Fellow of University College London in recognition of the charity’s contribution to cancer sciences in the UK.