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It is hard to imagine what it must be like to be told your child has cancer, but every day 12 families in the UK receive this devastating news. Read the journeys of some of the many families affected by childhood cancer. Each story is special highlighting their own ups and downs, and the daily battle that children and their families have to go through from diagnosis to treatment.

With your help we can move towards a brighter future where treatments are safer and kinder, and no family loses their child to cancer.

Owen was diagnosed with wilms’ tumour. Owen’s mum, Karen tells their story so far:

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Oscar was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma. Oscar’s mum, Cheryl tells their story so far:

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Ollie was diagnosed with an “unusual” combination of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) and acute myeloid leukaemia (AML). Ollie’s mum, Emma tells their story so far:

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Devon was diagnosed at two years old with Stage IV MYCN amplified Neuroblastoma with bone and liver metastases. Devon’s mum, Deborah tells their story so far:

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For a child with cancer, ringing the bell is a huge milestone. It means they’ve finished their treatment and are ready to get on with life.
‘It’s not just a bell – it’s a symbol of hope’
The words on every bell read
“Ring this bell
three times well
its toll to clearly say
my treatment’s done
this course ...

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Jacob was diagnosed at three years old with Wilms’ Tumour. Jacob’s dad, Jeremy, tells their story so far:

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