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International Childhood Cancer Day 2019

The number of new cases per year is shocking but the journey and the outlooks have vastly improved. We've pulled together an infographic to show just what we mean with data c/o Cancer Research UK (CRUK) and a great initiative by Beads of Courage, Inc.

There's still more to do, so show your support for a day when there is No More Pain and No More Loss for all children with cancer regardless of where they live in the world.

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15th February 2019

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