Read personals accounts from our team following programme visits.

20.05.16Liz Burns
I have spent the last 10 days in Mindanao, visiting the main hospital here in Davao, and the four satellite centres
19.11.15Liz Burns
This week the WCC team are in Ghana with healthcare professionals from Edinburgh, Birmingham and London as part of a
22.10.15Liz Burns
This month was the 47th Congress of the International Society of Paediatric Oncology (SIOP), held in Cape Town, South
19.10.15Liz Burns
World Child Cancer (WCC) has been working with the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) in Blantyre, Malawi since
22.09.15Liz Burns
Dr. Terrie Flatt, LeAnn Fickes, and Joe Dixon from World Child Cancer’s USA and UK offices kicked off Childhood Cancer
14.05.15Liz Burns
Twinning partnerships between paediatric oncology units around the world are vital to the work World Child Cancer does
23.04.15Liz Burns
For childhood cancer teams to improve the services they offer children in their countries, they need much more than
20.02.15Liz Burns
This week I was very fortunate to attend a meeting of the Collaborative Wilms Tumour Africa Project in Accra, Ghana.
03.02.15Liz Burns
The best part of our job is seeing the outcome of the support we give to projects. We know our colleagues around the

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