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Our Little Translators help explain our research projects

Esme and Honor

understanding new childhood cancer research

Esme and her sister Honor help explain Dr Karin Straathof's research. Esme is a childhood cancer survivor. Dr Straathoff is researching a totally new way to treat neuroblastoma - a childhood cancer that can’t be cured with current treatments.

Phoebe and Alice

UnderstandING new MRI techniques

Phoebe and her friend Alice help explain Dr Patrick Hales' research. Phoebe is a childhood cancer survivor. Dr Hales is researching new scanning techniques to improve brain cancer diagnosis and monitoring of childhood cancer.

Sam & Ross Explain

Explaining immunotherapy research

Our Little Translators, Sam and Ross, help to explain Dr Kathleen Birley's research. Immunotherapy is becoming an increasingly important tool in the treatment of cancer, and some early success has been achieved in certain childhood cancers. It potentially offers increased effectiveness with fewer side effects.

Louis & Grace explain

Precision Medicine

Childhood Cancer survivor Louis and his twin sister Grace explain what Precision Medicine is, a project being funded by Children with Cancer UK.

Romy helps to explain

Dr Beth's Research

Dr Beth's daughter explains some of the research being conducted by Children with Cancer UK

Louis & Grace help explain

Dr Zoë's Research

Childhood Cancer survivor Louis and his twin sister Grace explain some life-saving research being funded by Children with Cancer UK