Stories of children and families impacted by childhood cancer
Children's Cancer Foundation / 20/06/2020
Carlee shared her sibling experience of childhood cancer with us, after her brother Hayden’s battle with a brain tumour.
Children's Cancer Foundation / 14/02/2020
Kasey was just 16 when she was diagnosed with osteosarcoma. Tests, surgery and treatment would prove just part of complexities she and her family would face.
Children's Cancer Foundation / 06/12/2019
On Christmas Eve 2014, two-and-a-half-year-old Mia was diagnosed with cancer. Her mother Heather shares the family’s experience of Wilms' tumour, and how it changed their lives.
Children's Cancer Foundation / 17/10/2018
This is Cassandra Howcroft’s story about her son Lochie’s battle against Philadelphia +ve, a very rare form of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia.
Children's Cancer Foundation / 02/10/2018
Elias' bright and cheeky personality "has everyone wrapped around his little finger", including the doctors and nurses at the Children's Cancer Centre.
Children's Cancer Foundation / 28/08/2018
Heather, mother of Mia who was diagnosed with Wilms’ tumour in 2014, shares her advice for how you can navigate the days, weeks and months after the diagnosis.
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