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

Nixon's Story

Meet the sunny three year old who has endured more medical procedures than most people deal with in a lifetime.

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Author: Karina May

The gift of hope

In support of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, we have added to our collection of gold awareness pins, an exclusive limited edition Hope bracelet to help us raise funds for neuroblastoma research.

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Sienna's Gala Dinner 2020

Join us on Thursday 20th February 2020 at Sydney’s glorious Sergeant's Mess. Tickets are limited, buy yours today!

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Tickets: From $160.00

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Location: Sergeants Mess, Chowder Bay Rd,, Mosman

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 president Lucy Jones and her daughter Sienna Hoffmann; whose battle with the children’s cancer neuroblastoma inspired Neuroblastoma Australia.

Key statistics

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

Help us fund vital research to develop better, safer and kinder treatments for children diagnosed with neuroblastoma

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Latest news

  • Dinutuximab-beta (qarziba) registration update

    EUSA Pharma is pursuing registration and funding in Australia for Qarziba (also known as Dinutuximab-beta) an anti-GD2 monoclonal antibody for the treatment of high-risk neuroblastoma patients aged 12 months and over. Read more

Latest events

  • Run2Cure 2020

    We are delighted to confirm that next year’s #funrun4everyone will take place in The Domain, Sydney on Sunday, 31 May! Read more

  • Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

    This September, wear gold and join our #hope campaign to raise awareness of all forms of children's cancer and the toll it takes on the youngest members of our community and their families. Read more