Prof John Anderson is developing treatments for childhood cancers like neuroblastoma. He is working with the body’s immune system to improve treatment.
Our research on children’s cancers
In the 1960s less than a quarter of children with cancer survived. Today, three quarters are cured and many of the 33,000 survivors of childhood cancer alive today who owe their lives to our research. But we need to do more to bring forward the day when every child survives.
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Fighting childhood cancers
Thousands of young lives have been saved
Our research has been at the heart of progress in childhood cancer - now three in four kids survive.
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