We believe every child diagnosed with neuroblastoma deserves
to grow up and lead a long and healthy life

DFMO Update - Federal Government Announcement

Minister for Health, Mark Butler MP, delivers a response to requests from Neuroblastoma Australia and the wider community to provide interim funding for the neuroblastoma treatment, DFMO.

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Author: Victoria Birch

A Current Affair Spotlights Neuroblastoma Treatment Inequity

On Tuesday, June, 4, Channel 7's A Current Affair ran an in-depth story about families with children with high-risk neuroblastoma who are having to raise huge amounts of money to access treatment overseas.

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Author: Victoria Birch

Why Fund Research?

Neuroblastoma takes the lives of more children under five than any other cancer, surely the government and pharmaceutical companies provide all the support researchers need to find a cure? The short answer is no.

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Meet our families

Our neuroblastoma families are at the heart of what we do. Get to know some of the courageous family stories from our community, including our CEO Lucy Jones and her daughter Sienna Hoffmann; whose battle with the children’s cancer neuroblastoma inspired Neuroblastoma Australia.

As a newly diagnosed family you can also join our support group.

Why we need your support

Neuroblastoma is the number one baby/toddler cancer 1 average diagnosis

The average age of diagnosis is just two years of age

Only one out of two children survive aggressive neuroblastoma

Let’s save all toddlers from neuroblastoma cancer – donate to research today 

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Latest news

  • DFMO Update - Federal Government Announcement

    Minister for Health, Mark Butler MP, delivers a response to requests from Neuroblastoma Australia and the wider community to provide interim funding for the neuroblastoma treatment, DFMO. Read more

Latest events

  • Run2Cure Melbourne 2024

    Neuroblastoma Australia is thrilled to return to Melbourne for our second Run2Cure event in Victoria. Taking place on Sunday, November 10 our community will join together to run, jog and walk to raise funds to help children diagnosed with the childhood cancer, neuroblastoma. Read more

  • Golf2Cure 2024

    Golf2Cure 2024 will take place on Friday, September 6. We're returning to the hugely popular St Michael’s Golf Club, Little Bay to raise vital funds for research into neuroblastoma childhood cancer. Book your spot today! Read more