Brain cancer kills more children than any other disease
The Children’s Hospital Foundation is committed to changing the devastating reality of childhood brain cancer, through the Centre for Child and Adolescent Brain Cancer Research. In an Australian-first, researchers from world-leading institutions are working together, committed to advancing treatment options, improving survivorship, and ultimately, finding a cure.
Children with brain cancer deserve nothing less.
"I never want another family to know our pain and loss.
That is why it is so important to invest in brain cancer research."
- Debbie, Cooper's mum
The Children’s Hospital Foundation is proud to launch Australia’s first research centre solely focused on paediatric brain cancer, treatment and survivorship. The Centre for Child and Adolescent Brain Cancer Research (CCABCR) will unite the ‘best of the best’ in paediatric brain researchers from world-leading institutions to bring new hope to children and young people fighting the disease.
Will you help children with brain cancer?
By making a donation today, you are becoming an important part of the Centre for Child and Adolescent Brain Cancer Research. We cannot do this without you.