A call for more research into childhood cancer

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Between 700 – 800 children are diagnosed with cancer in Australia each year – it’s the highest rate in the OECD. But we still don’t know why. We do that more adults than children get cancer, but children are much more likely to die from it.

On Childhood Cancer Awareness Day, the Kids Cancer Project is asking for more funding to help find some answers

[audio https://czengerer.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/wwchildhood-cancer-day.mp3]

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This story first appeared on The Wire on 15/02/2012

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