Our Stories

Read stories of children, families and healthcare professionals supported by World Child Cancer

Making sure their stories get told

Meet some of the patients, families and teams who have inspired us in our work to ensure children with cancer across the world have equal access to treatment and care.

Meet Professor Lorna Renner

Professor Lorna Renner is Consultant Paediatric Oncologist at World Child Cancer’s partner hospital in Accra, Ghana

Family support

Healthcare professionals from across our programmes explain why successful treatment must start and end with the whole family

Corporate Partnerships with World Child Cancer

Corporate partnerships are vital to ensuring we reach more of the 300,000 children that develop cancer around the world each year.

Corporate Partnerships with World Child Cancer

Corporate partnerships are vital to ensuring we reach more of the 300,000 children that develop cancer around the world each year.

The Work We Do

Healthcare is a right, not a privilege. A right enshrined in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. That’s why World Child Cancer is working to improve the availability of high-quality treatment and care.

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Tiwo’s story

Five years after developing cancer and two years of treatment later, six-year-old Tiwo is doing well

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Hassan’s story

14-year-old Hassan from the Machinga district of Malawi was diagnosed with Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) last year.

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Franklyn’s Story

Meet Franklyn, now 17, who is fully recovered from cancer and dreams of becoming a doctor to help others

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Rebecca’s Success Story

Rebecca is now able to return to school after undergoing cancer treatment through World Child Cancer in Ghana

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My road to recovery

Prince went on to become a childhood cancer advocate and help many other children just like him when he recovered from leukaemia. Read More

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Estaphanie is excited to start university!

Meet Estaphanie, who is excited to start university after being forced to take time out of school following a cancer diagnosis

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Meet Bulu

Bulu is looking forward to following in his brother’s footsteps getting back on the football field

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Meet Oscar

Oscar was six years old when his mother noticed a swelling on his tummy and took him to a traditional village doctor

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