… could help pay for around two hours of cancer cell laser scanning.
… could help pay for around three hours of confocal microscopy, which is used to create highly detailed images of cancer cells.
…could help give children facing cancer hope for a healthy future by helping to fund research into treatments that are less debilitating to long-term health.
…could help fund research into better, kinder treatments for children going through cancer treatment.
… could help buy tailored chemicals for gene sequencing, which help researchers to detect cancer-causing DNA mutations.
…could help fund research fellowships, so more scientists can focus on their work to develop better and safer treatments for children.
Aged five, Mia was diagnosed with optic nerve glioma – a type of brain tumour. After a brave battle, she sadly passed away in August 2020, aged just 14. Despite enduring numerous intensive treatments, Mia always smiled and cared for others. She wanted to entertain and make everyone happy. Your kind support could help fund life-saving research into safer, better treatments so that more children with cancer survive and live the life they deserve.
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