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Carol Dyce Feb 16
“We are utterly heartbroken but will always be proud of our beautiful girl.” So very sorry to hear of Lily Wythe’s death from . Forever 14. ⁦⁦
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Ian Furness Feb 16
There can’t be any worse disease than Why do we do the fun little golf tournament we do at A lot of reasons. This is one. A big one.
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Matt Dun, PhD Feb 16
Today marks 2 years since took over our lives; 8 weeks since I lost my little big love💔 Throughout we have received wonderful support; sincerely appreciative, thank you & are committed to helping to provide options for kid’s like 💔🧜🏻‍♀️
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Abbie's Army Feb 16
There are sadly no miracle cures for we need research acceleration & meaningful UK based clinical trials. This was such a beautiful idea for a friend, if only there was a happy ending...
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CHOP Advocacy 7h
Dr. Adam Resnick, Scientific Chair of , speaking at the DIPG Awareness Resolution Congressional briefing to raise awareness and encourage research into cures for , the deadliest form of childhood brain cancer, and other pediatric cancers.
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Christina Marie 🧝🏼‍♀️✨🎗 Feb 13
GA for a cause guys! I’ll be giving away the new palette which will close in two weeks! All you have to do is follow, retweet and comment below using the hashtags and 🎗💛 we need better funding for pediatric cancer research and to do that we
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Susan Castle-Smith 18h
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A/Prof David Ziegler Feb 13
Excited to have a fantastic team working together to try to beat the worst childhood brain cancers like . , Sarah Jane Dawson, Paul Ekert and Rebecca Davies.
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Ryan Mathew 8h
Thanks Team Maci and for visiting our Stem Cells and Brain Tumour Group at today. Your funding let’s us work! Looking forward to doing more together
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Abbie's Army Feb 16
is relentless ..This beautiful sunflower girl has inspired so many and raised new much needed awareness - a legacy in itself! Hoping the family find some peace in the love surrounding them today and everyday 🎗️🌻💗
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CBTTC Feb 13
This brave advocate is delivering frank and sobering comments today about the reality of living with . Access to treatment and awareness of the latest hopeful therapeutics is lucky for Jace, but is not common for children everywhere. "Awareness is a catalyst for a cure"
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Abbie's Army Feb 15
Today is 'International Childhood Cancer Day' with other advocates we are doing our best to overturn this 100% fatal diagnosis, we can all 'demand' survival, but we must all ACT to change things. Get involved
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Eden Robertson, PhD Feb 14
For children diagnosed w/ there is still no effective treatment - <1% survive for 5 yrs. has provided the much needed $ to help improve the outcomes of . Look forward to working on the component of this grant.
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A/Prof David Ziegler Feb 14
It’s kids like Levi who we think of every day and motivate us to find a cure.
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Happy Quail Feb 13
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Amanda Haddock 🧬 Feb 13
Jace talks about native Jessica who has and didn’t find a good treatment in time. We need better communication, better collaboration, and better funding to save these kids.
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Peter Alexander Feb 9
Proud to support finding a for cancers starting with .
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Amanda Haddock 🧬 Feb 13
15-20 cases in Australia in a year, so they are challenged to have enough data to advance the field, but this also offers an opportunity to re-think how research is done. -
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Sandy Perkins Feb 13
"Less than a school year"....the average time a child with survives!
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Lyssiotis Lab Feb 15
Extremely grateful to The McKenna Claire Foundation Supports for partnering with to fund our work investigating metabolic dependencies and new treatments for . ,
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