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Contact our Press teamWe can help with journalists queries on:
- cancer facts and statistics
- our medical research
- our campaigning work
- our fundraising events
We can also provide:
- case studies
- Children with Cancer UK logos
For any journalist enquiries or to request an interview, please contact:
Tina Price, PR Manager
Email: email@example.com Tel: 01258 861 221 Out of hours: 07966 239 092
SpokespeopleWe have spokespeople from across the charity. To request an interview, please contact Tina Price, PR Manager.
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. 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 lcancer research.Caroline Blakely - Chief Executive
Caroline Blakely joined Children with Cancer UK in 2001 and was promoted to Chief Executive in July 2009.
Her previous career includes being a Director of a recruitment firm. She then ran her own H.R. and consultancy business for over ten years before joining Children with Cancer UK. Caroline provides the strategic leadership for the Charity and speaks across a wide range of issues.
Case studiesIf you have personal experience of childhood cancer, or a member of your family has been affected, you can help us by sharing your story. Please email us today.
Read patient stories from families affected by childhood leukaemia and other cancers.