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  • Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
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Our mission is that all children with all types of neuroblastoma survive and lead a long, healthy life, free from the side effects of their treatment. Our focus is raising awareness and fundraising for the research needed to make treatments more targeted, more effective and less toxic. Our belief is that all children have the right to grow up, and by investing in research today we will save the lives of children in the future.

Exclusively designed Ken Done tote bags

We are delighted that the famous Australian artist, Ken Done has created 2 wonderful frangipani designs to help us raise awareness and vital funds for neuroblastoma childhood cancer research. Adult tote bags are $30 excluding postage and Children's tote bags are $20 excluding postage. Please visit our shop to order. Thank you Ken Done for supporting childhood cancer. Order now!

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Join with us to raise awareness and funds for neuroblastoma during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month this September! You can help by donating now, setting up your own community event (we're loving the ideas that have already come through!) or by buying our gold wristbands. Every dollar counts towards a cure! For more details see here.
Neuroblastoma Australia was started by families and friends affected by neuroblastoma in 2010. Since 2010, over $1 million has been raised for research into neuroblastoma.
Sienna was born on 27th July 2007 and was a perfectly happy and healthy baby girl. At the age of 9 months Sienna developed a temperature and seemed unsettled. A visit to Sydney Children's Hospital revealed a large tumour off Sienna's adrenal gland. The words "neuroblastoma" then followed and Sienna started 7 months of high risk treatment falling into the high risk category due to her tumour being MNYC amplified. Read more
Neuroblastoma Australia's next event is "Sienna's Gala Dinner". Due to be held on 23rd February 2018 in Sydney, the dinner will celebrate the life of Sienna Hoffman, daughter of Neuroblastoma Australia President, Lucy. Sienna died at just two and a half years old from neuroblastoma. Money raised will go towards research into finding a cure for the disease. For more details about this event contact us
Find out how you can help Neuroblastoma Australia. Volunteer for an event or do your own fundraising. Email us on info@nb.org.au. If you want to receive a newsletter also email us at info@nb.org.au Help now
There is currently a shortage of the antibody CH14.18 as the antibody Unituxin which was being used in Australia and New Zealand and supplied by United Therapeutics is no longer available. There is an alternative antibody made by EUSA pharma called Isqette which is available under their Managed Access Program at a cost. Please see the latest news under research for more information. Read more