Help your Child With Cancer's Sibling(s) Still Feel Important

Being a sibling of a child with cancer can be very scary and confusing. Family dynamics change, schedules are unpredictable and schoolwork and activities can start to fall through the cracks. Many parents of children battling cancer express guilt that their healthy children are unintentionally overlooked while they are forced to focus on their sick […]

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WHO Commission Criticised Over Sugar Taxes in New Report

The World Health Organisation (WHO) Independent High-Level Commission on NCDs’ new report, Time to Deliver, called for urgent action against chronic diseases and mental disorders, the globe’s leading cause of death and ill-health, but failed to include a recommendation on taxing sugary beverages. Sugar and in particular sugar sweetened beverages are “leading drivers of the […]

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Alternative Eating for Better Health

While the following article refers more to lifestyle diseases such as HIV Aids, diabetes, hypertension and obesity, eating well and ensuring that you and your Child with Cancer eat sufficient fresh, whole-foods and staying away from processed food as much as possible is critical for your good health. It is important that we all learn […]

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Honouring Camy September ~ 👼🏽 Forever 10 👼🏽

I am sitting here typing this with tears streaming down my face because this is the type of post we hate doing. It never gets easier and it breaks our hearts every time we have to do one. It is with overwhelming sadness and aching hearts that today we have to share with you the […]

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Red Cross G1 Oncology Unit Christmas Elf Delivery

Good Morning all Little Fighters Supporters. As you all know by now we were not able to do our usual Christmas Elf Deliveries at all the hospitals/clinics this year due to circumstances, but we promise to make up for it in many ways next year! We did, however, manage to do a Christmas Elf Delivery at Red […]

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