Cooper, brain tumour, 12 November 2010 - 7 July 2013

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Cooper was just two-and-a-half when he passed away from an aggressive brain tumour. You can support the search for new, world-leading treatments and take a step closer to the day when kids like Cooper will have a full and healthy life.

Cooper, brain tumour,
12 November 2010 - 7 July 2013

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You can make a difference to kids like Ruby who had neuroblastoma. There’s a lot you can do to support a child with an injury, serious illness or life threatening disease. You can donate money to help save precious young lives. Donate your time to make a difference at our children’s hospital. Or raise funds for vital life-saving research and equipment, spread smiles and support families like Ruby’s through difficult times.

Ruby, 5 years, neuroblastoma
(photo courtesy of Courier Mail)

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You can make a difference to kids like Finn who survived meningococcal disease. There’s a lot you can do to support a child with an injury, serious illness or life threatening disease. You can donate money to help save precious young lives. Donate your time to make a difference at our children’s hospital. Or raise funds for vital life-saving research and equipment, spread smiles and support families like Finn’s through difficult times.

Finn, 13 months, meningococcal disease
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Johanna

All it took was a bowl of boiling pasta and water to burn Johanna so severely that her treatment will continue into her teenage years.
Johanna, 4 years, burns.

Finn

Follow Finn’s journey through the devastating effects of meningococcal disease, in a sudden life and death battle.
Follow Finn’s journey through the devastating effects of meningococcal disease, in a sudden life and death battle. (Finn, 13 months, meningococcal disease)

Jack

To see your baby so very ill at only four months old would be heartbreaking for any parent.
Jack, 2 years, omphalocele

Bridget

How do you tell your three year old daughter that she has a rare type of cancer?
How do you tell your three year old daughter that she has a rare type of cancer? (Bridget, 3 years, acute myeloid leukaemia)

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Bede, 4 years, acute myeloid leukaemia