Affordable, Nutritional Winter Warmer Meals

Hola, Peeps! It is winter and the mountains are covered with snow making it absolutely f…f..f..frreeeeezing cold. While we support our Children with Cancer and their Families by supplying them with warm blankets, winter clothing, and food where possible, we understand that eating well is vital in the fight against cancer. It is still difficult […]

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September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, a time to honour and remember children and families affected by this devastating disease, and help rally support to give Children with Cancer better outcomes by supporting Childhood Cancer Awareness.

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CINV Affects Patients Economically & Emotionally

Chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting (CINV) is a common — and often costly — problem among patients with cancer. Chemotherapy is the use of specific drugs, administered by a paediatric oncologist, to destroy cancer cells by preventing the cancer cells from growing and dividing to make more new cells. Cancer cells generally grow and divide much faster […]

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A Stranger Comes To Call

A Stranger Comes To Call Some weeks ago through medical doubt I met someone I’d heard lots about I never thought our paths would cross Our meeting left me at a loss. I’d had no contact with this guy He picked me out…… I wonder why?

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Losing a Child is Painful

The loss of a child is the most inconsolable of losses; It violates the natural order of things. Here at LFCT we unfortunately see too many parents face this devastating loss, and it breaks our hearts every time we do, but even we cannot really say that we know what they are feeling.

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The Mourner’s Bill of Rights

Losing a child is the most painful experience that any parent can be asked to go through, especially when it is a young child that they have had to watch go through the devastating, frightening, physically and emotionally crippling battle against cancer. Losing a child is like losing one’s heart and then being expected to […]

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