Honouring Kyle Adams – 👼 Forever 14 👼
Increased Risk of Breast Cancer for Female Child Cancer Survivors?
It is with overwhelming sadness and aching hearts that today we have to share with you the heartbreaking news that Teen Fighter Kyle Adams earned his Angel Wings last night, 25th November, 2018. Rest in Peace, Kyle ^Forever 14^ Kyle Adams was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in 2016 and went through harsh treatment, more than one […]
Alba Equestrian Centre Jump for Cancer Touches the Stars!!
Researchers at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital have evidence that common genetic variations can help to identify paediatric cancer survivors who are at increased risk for developing breast cancer while relatively young. The findings were published in the journal Clinical Cancer Research. The research focused on the combined effect of 170 common genetic variations that […]
Childhood Cancer: Part V (v): Bone Marrow & Peripheral Blood Stem Cell Transplants
The Little Fighters Cancer Trust would like to extend a massive, heartfelt thanks to Alba Equestrian Centre for hosting the very first (to our knowledge) “Jump for Cancer” in South Africa (perhaps even the world) to raise Childhood Cancer Awareness as well as to raise much-needed funds for LFCT. We were contacted via our Facebook […]
In Part 1 of this series we explained that this series of articles is not meant to be medical advice, but a guide that may help you as a parent of a newly diagnosed child with cancer cope just a bit better. Information is knowledge, and never more so than when you are dealing with […]
Today we would like to share a blog-post we found on site we follow called Unravel Pediatric Cancer. This organisation is run by “onco parents” and we know that our own “onco parents” will relate to this post in particular. The post highlights the emotional rollercoaster that is Childhood Cancer; the emotions felt by siblings of children […]