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Reflections on attending the Children’s Tumour Foundation’s (CTF) annual Conference 2020

Dr Carly Jim, Manchester Metropolitan University / Childhood Tumour Trust (CTT) Vanessa Martin Chair Childhood Tumour Trust (CTT) Dr Sue Huson Head of the Medical Advisory board Childhood Tumour Trust (CTT) Dr Georgina Bird-Lieberman Medical Advisor Childhood Tumour Trust (CTT) Nicholas Johns, Manchester Metropolitan University Psychology Student Nicola Branch, Manchester Metropolitan University Psychology Student The

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Childhood Tumour Trust – Fun in Lockdown

We were all disappointed that camp could not go ahead and all our face to face activities like Build a Bear, and our special events at Alton Towers and Chessington. However, we adapted! First of all, we held some Mary Poppins Virtual Tea Parties hosted by https://www.marypoppinstribute.co.uk/ Our children sang favourite songs and flew a

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Children’s Tumour Foundation NF Conference San Francisco

We are delighted to have sent a team to this event where new knowledge and details of research were shared. CTT organised a dinner on one evening for medics, reseachers, parents and patients to get together to say hello Nicole Martin our Youth Ambassador played the perfect host and it was a nice start to

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Childhood Tumour Trust Appoints New Medical Advisory Board Members

Earlier this year Medics4RareDiseases (M4RD) helped Childhood Tumour Trust (CTT) search for a doctor that could attend the International Neurofibromatosis Conference in San Francisco this September. The successful candidate would learn about the latest developments in Neurofibromatosis Type 1, make connections and report back to CTT. With the help of M4RD, CTT received a number

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VIP Family days out to Alton Towers and Chessington

Our 3rd Annual VIP trip to Alton Towers held in June was another great success. over 180 children with NF1, and their familiies met up for a day of fun and thrills. We had the corporate tent and were treated to a most delicious lunch and all the families had a chance to meet others

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When Birthmarks Mean So Much More – Life Like Dolls Commissioned To Change Lives

Tumour Charity Commissioned Lifelike Doll to improve diagnosis of genetic condition Dolls will educate key health officials when birthmarks cannot be ignored in babies The Childhood Tumour Trust (CTT) charity have commissioned life-like dolls, “Birthmark Babies” to improve earlier diagnosis of the genetic condition, Neurofibromatosi s type 1 (NF1) – a condition which is regularly

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