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19 May 2022

The National Child Cancer Network launches two new research projects

Dr Gemma Pugh is the research lead for the National Child Cancer Network (NCCN). Gemma outlines a couple of the projects: the Margaret Lewis…

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5 May 2022

When change becomes the new normal: Supporting whānau during a pandemic

The last eight months have been anything but normal as the ever-evolving threat of COVID-19 disrupts the way we provide whānau with vital support.

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28 April 2022

Helping your child navigate the return to school after cancer treatment

Here are some ideas for things you can say and do to support your child in their transition back to school and cushion the…

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19 April 2022

In appreciation of Dr Jane Skeen

We want to acknowledge the retirement of Dr Jane Skeen, a paediatric oncologist and Child Cancer Foundation Life Member who has dedicated her career…

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16 December 2021

Child Cancer Foundation appoints three new Board members

We are thrilled to announce that Child Cancer Foundation’s Board has appointed three new members: Darlene Tuiono, Dan Te Whenua Walker and Sierra Alef-Defoe.

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26 November 2021

Sophie Gray’s tips for shopping smart to save on groceries

Having a child diagnosed with cancer can put a lot of strain on a family’s finances, especially when one or more parents have to…

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4 November 2021

How this dad has coped with his son’s cancer diagnosis

For dads living through the emotional challenges of having a child with cancer, often the most powerful learning experience can come from connecting with…

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28 October 2021

Thank you to Dr Scott Macfarlane

After dedicating his career to the improvement of paediatric oncology in New Zealand, Child Cancer Foundation Life Member Dr Scott Macfarlane is hanging up…

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