Each year in the UK 100 children will be diagnosed with neuroblastoma.

We fund vital research to find new and better treatments for this aggressive childhood cancer.

Families

Find clear, straightforward advice on all aspects of neuroblastoma from our handbook or talk with other families who have experience of the disease.

Research and Funding

Funding research to improve survival and reduce side effects by finding and testing new potential treatments in the laboratory and through clinical trials.

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There are many ways you can get involved and help to beat neuroblastoma. Take a look at our fundraising pages or volunteer your time – you can do it!

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  • Great Give It Up 2016 campaign photo

Great Give-It-Up for Neuroblastoma!

By popular demand, the Great Give-It-Up returns for 2016! It runs for two weeks starting on International Childhood Cancer Day, 15th February 2016. Join in the fun and rope in your friends. This year, let’s make it even [...]

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Exclusive on-line auction!

Join the fun and bid from home in our exclusive on-line auction.  Don't miss the chance to own an original piece of artwork, to stay in a yurt in Ireland or to see Alan Carr [...]

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  • Neuroblastoma booklet

Parents’ Booklet – ‘Neuroblastoma’

Working in partnership with the Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group, we are pleased to announce the publication of two new information resources to help parents and other family members of a child who has been diagnosed with neuroblastoma. The new booklet, ‘Neuroblastoma’ provides information and support for parents, and is a fully updated and revised version of our previous Booklet. […]