Strictly Come Dancing champion Abbey Clancy recently helped launched Teenage Cancer Trust’s Merseyside appeal. Teenage Cancer Trust needs to raise £500,000 to fully equip a brand new, state-of-the-art unit following the redevelopment of the Alder Hey Children’s Hospital. The enables them to upgrade and improve the services we can offer to 13 – 19 year olds with cancer in Merseyside and North Wales.
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In this film the young people from the Teenage Cancer Trust unit talk about the importance of the Teenage Cancer Trust’s services and the benefits of having a ward specifically for young people.
Teenage Cancer Trust’s very own CEO Siobhan tells us why Teenage Cancer Trust’s 2017 gigs at the Royal Albert Hall are extra special.
Teenage Cancer Trust’s Gary Doig talks about their new guide
The North West appeal is Teenage Cancer Trust’s new pilot. The new service will pilot a programme that will see a team of seven teenage and young adult cancer specialists working within NHS teams across Greater Manchester, Cheshire, Lancashire and South […]
Medical professionals from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) spent a week in the UK learning about Teenage Cancer Trust’s service model for teenage and young adult cancer patients. UCLA plan to develop a Teenage and Young Adult service […]