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Neuroblastoma UK is a national charity dedicated to fighting neuroblastoma, the most common solid tumour in children other than brain tumours. We fund leading research projects to deliver new, effective and kinder treatments and save more young lives affected by cancer.


Press releases

EXCLUSIVE T-SHIRTS TO HELP FIGHT CHILDHOOD CANCER, ONE TEE AT A TIME

Neuroblastoma UK, a national charity dedicated to finding a cure for neuroblastoma, a rare childhood cancer, has collaborated with established and... read more

15.09.2020 • By Neuroblastoma UK

Accelerating drug development for neuroblastoma

An international forum of leading scientists from the UK, Europe and USA, funded by national charity Neuroblastoma UK, prioritises drug... read more

09.09.2020 • By Neuroblastoma UK

50 mums and dads run to raise money for Neuroblastoma UK and Shooting...

A group of 50 family, friends and teachers from across Surrey, Sussex and Ireland raise money to fund vital research and hospice care to remember... read more

07.07.2020 • By Neuroblastoma UK

Enfield girl goes to great lengths to raise £1000 for Neuroblastoma UK

Layla, aged nine raises money for vital research into rare childhood cancer Layla Kirk, aged nine from Winchmore Hill in Enfield, raised... read more

01.07.2020 • By Neuroblastoma UK

Children's cancer charity Neuroblastoma UK welcomes new Trustee

A mother whose two year old daughter passed away after being diagnosed with a rare cancer has been appointed as a Trustee at Neuroblastoma UK, a... read more

16.06.2020 • By Neuroblastoma UK

Charities fund new clinical trial to help children with cancer

Solving Kids’ Cancer, with Neuroblastoma UK, has awarded a grant to enable the SIOPEN High-Risk Neuroblastoma Clinical Trial 2 (HR-NBL2) to open... read more

20.05.2020 • By Neuroblastoma UK

Alan Carr to host Big Pub Quiz for children’s cancer charity

Alan Carr, comedian and Patron of children’s cancer charity Neuroblastoma UK, will host a Big Pub Quiz live from his home, straight into yours!... read more

27.04.2020 • By Neuroblastoma UK

Comedian Alan Carr chucks the chocolate to help children with neuroblastoma

To mark International Childhood Cancer Day (15 Feb 2020), comedian and chocoholic Alan Carr has made a pledge to give up his favourite treat and... read more

13.02.2020 • By Neuroblastoma UK

Comedian Alan Carr supports new fundraising campaign for Neuroblastoma...

Ahead of World Cancer Day on Tuesday 4 February, comedian Alan Carr and celebrity patron of Neuroblastoma UK is  challenging the nation to join... read more

28.01.2020 • By Neuroblastoma UK

‘One in a million’ Oscar supports new fundraising campaign to give hope...

Oscar, aged two from Waterlooville in Hampshire was just 18 months old when he was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a rare childhood cancer. He was... read more

05.12.2019 • By Neuroblastoma UK

13 YEAR OLD BOY WHO SURVIVED RARE CHILDHOOD CANCER TWICE SUPPORTS NEW...

13 year old Ryan Savage, from Billingham in Stockton-on-Tees, features in a new Christmas campaign with Neuroblastoma UK, to raise vital funds... read more

29.11.2019 • By Neuroblastoma UK

TRUSTEES ARE WALKING OVER CANCER THIS CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

Thursday 5 September 2019: For immediate release TRUSTEES ARE WALKING OVER CANCER THIS CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS MONTH Neuroblastoma... read more

05.09.2019 • By Neuroblastoma UK

#GoingGold with new gold ribbon products to help children with...

To celebrate Childhood Cancer Awareness Month this September, national charity Neuroblastoma UK is launching two unique Gold Ribbon products to... read more

30.08.2019 • By Neuroblastoma UK

RUNNING FOR FUN THIS CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

Lauren Ashley - a childhood cancer survivor - aged 37 from Bedford, is taking part in the Big Fun Run on Saturday 1st September to raise money... read more

28.08.2019 • By Neuroblastoma UK

Oliver takes the plunge for charity at Cranleigh

A youngster from Cranleigh will be making a splash for charity on Friday 17 May as he swims a mile in memory of his late cousin, who died at... read more

16.05.2019 • By Neuroblastoma UK

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