Help us cure childhood cancer

"I asked, if I was to take her home now, how long have I got? I was told a week. Maybe two.'" - Kelly, Lexie's mum
Lexie's Story
Zero Childhood Cancer is the most exciting childhood cancer research initiative ever undertaken in Australia.
Curing every child
On September 1, we turned the sails of the Opera House Gold
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Children’s Cancer Institute is the only independent medical research institute in Australia wholly dedicated to childhood cancer.
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A way to target the Achilles heel of neuroblastoma
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Children’s Cancer Institute

We are curing childhood cancer.
It’s not if. It’s when.

 

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Who we are

Children’s Cancer Institute is the only independent medical research institute in Australia wholly dedicated to putting an end to childhood cancer.

Find out about our research

Our state-of-the-art labs are part of the world-renowned Lowy Cancer Research Centre at UNSW Australia.
We also house the Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) Drug Discovery Centre.
Have a look around our labs.
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Seven-year-old Giulia was an ordinary, healthy, happy little girl. She loved dancing, playing dress-ups and spending...

No family should have to watch their child walk like a soldier to the battlefront of cancer.

Mary-Ann, Giulia's mum Mary-Ann, Giulia's mum

We are curing childhood cancer.
It’s not if. It’s when.

 

Our labs

Who we are

Children’s Cancer Institute is the only independent medical research institute in Australia wholly dedicated to putting an end to childhood cancer.

Find out about our research

Our state-of-the-art labs are part of the world-renowned Lowy Cancer Research Centre at UNSW Australia.
We also house the Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) Drug Discovery Centre.
Have a look around our labs.
Children's Cancer Instituteplay
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The Sydney Morning Herald Sun Run Cole Classic 2018

Join hundreds of runners or swimmers as you choose to either take on a 7km or 10km run or take to the water and conquer a 1km, 2km or...
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Missing DNA fragments hold clue to predicting childhood leukaemia relapse

Australian researchers have developed a new risk scoring system for children with leukaemia based on missing DNA fragments or ‘microdeletions’.

Why we need your support

Research is revolutionising how children with cancer are treated and community support is vital.

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