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Jai’s family and friends unite to raise funds for neuroblastoma research

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Nine-year-old Jai from South Australia plays under 10s football for Flagstaff Hill Football club, is a keen basket baller and crazy Geelong supporter.  He has an older brother he looks up to and a younger sister who adores him. READ MORE.


New findings published by researchers from our C4 Group.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Researchers Professor Alpha Yap and Dr Guillermo Gomez from the University of Queensland have published findings that explain the way cells hold onto each other to form large tissues such as skin, organs and tumours. READ MORE.


Inspiring Aussies tackled some of Europe’s most challenging courses fundraising for us.

Wednesday, July 09, 2014

Some inspiring Aussies tackled some of Europe’s steepest roads and bike trails this month to raise money for The Kids’ Cancer Project. READ MORE.


Sue's own cancer battle inspired her to shave her head for kids with cancer.

Wednesday, July 09, 2014

When Sue Wynn was diagnosed with breast cancer last month, she was shocked and afraid. But brave Sue is now using her diagnosis to help others. READ MORE.


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