Fund raising dinner in support of World Child Cancer

World Child Cancer is a UK-based charity which helps children with cancer in the world’s poorest countries where eight out of ten receive no treatment, palliative care or painkillers.

Fund raising dinner in support of World Child Cancer

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
Friday 7th November.

World Child Cancer is a UK-based charity which helps children with cancer in the world’s poorest countries where eight out of ten receive no treatment, palliative care or painkillers.

It works by twinning paediatric oncology units in the developed world with hospitals in the developing world, providing training and mentoring for staff and treatment for patients.

For example the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh has helped to establish a children’s cancer unit in Ghana.

Tickets are £55.

Please contact:-
Alan MacDermid,
Scots Australia Children’s Cancer Trust,
alan.macdermid@gmail.com

T: 0141 942 0224
M: 07827 014111

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