Raising awareness of the children's cancer neuroblastoma is key to increasing the understanding of the disease in the community and the urgent need to support research in this area. We are a small charity and it often takes a great deal of time and persistence to be heard. 

With the help of families, supporters and researchers who generously share their stories, recently neuroblastoma has featured in the following articles across the Australian media. 

Thank you to our incredible supporters for helping us to get the word out there regarding this aggressive disease.

Zach's journey

The Daily Telegraph ran a story featuring our very own Run2Cure Superhero Zach, the news article focuses on the Carniel's  neuroblastoma journey with some wonderful photos of parents Paolo and Diana with Zach. 

We're looking forward to seeing the mighty Zach's TECosaurs at Run2Cure Neuroblastoma on Sunday 6 September in Sydney's Domain. 

Superhero Zac

Natalie and the #44KMfor44Kids

The Adelaide Advertiser focused on our super supporter Natalie Bunworth and her commitment to raising funding for research into better treatments for neuroblastoma and honouring children battling this disease through her epic 44KM marathon.

Visit the #44KMfor44Kids for the stories of the children and to add your support. 

Natalie in the Adelaide Advertiser

Research that counts

In March The Daily Telegraph featured an article regarding the types of research we hope to fund through Run2Cure Neuroblastoma 2020. Two of our grant recipients, Dr Jamie Fletcher and Dr Toby Trahair, were featured. 

We're hoping to fund a new project with these incredible scientists. Take a look at the Venetoclax Appeal to find out why. 

Daily Telegraph article featuring Dr Jamie Fletcher

Lucy's story 

The co-founder and president of Neuroblastoma Australia Lucy Jones was featured in a special addition of The Daily Telegraph's body + soul of flowing on from when she first shared her family's neuroblastoma journey with the magazine in 2012. She noted the incredible $2.15 million raised by the charity for vital research. 

Visit our about us page and Lucy's page to discover the inspiring story behind the charity Neuroblastoma Australia.

Lucy Jones in the newspaper

Media and our charity

If you are a member of the media and would like to know more about our charity and our families, please contact Jane Owen via mobile: 0407 936 005 or email:  [email protected]

For the latest press releases from Neuroblastoma Australia please visit our media page