NECCR

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NECCRNorth of England Cancer Research (Newcastle University, UK)
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I am immensely proud that this has continued and we're delighted that we've been able to continue our commitment and support for the NECCR since 2003.
With cancer remaining the number one cause of non-accidental death in young children in the UK, the money raised for the NECCR directly funds research into the causes and treatment of childhood cancer, helping to establish the North East as one of the world leaders in this specialist area of research.
With cancer remaining the number one cause of non-accidental death in young children in the UK, the money raised for the NECCR directly funds research into the causes and treatment of childhood figure for but we are to hit PSJeremy cancer, helping to establish the North East as one of the world leaders in this specialist area of research.
Cancer survivor and chairman of the NECCR Chris Peacock said: "The NECCR continues to do fantastic work to help children with cancer.
Cancer survivor and chairman of the NECCR, Chris Peacock, said: "We're delighted to have William and his family join us for the run this year.
Last year the Children's Cancer Run raised over PS189,000 for the NECCR, adding to the PS5 million which has already been raised by the event over the past three decades.
Professor Vormoor said: "The NECCR is an important charity, helping to fund research and investment in childhood cancer.
In May 2015, the Run raised over PS189,000 for the NECCR, adding to the PS5 million which has already been raised by Children's Cancer runners over the years.
The NECCR is a charity we all feel very passionate about and one which we are thrilled to be able to raise much-needed funds for with raffles and events such as the walk throughout 2015.
Eve has always used her dance recitals to raise money for charity, however this performance will be particularly important, as the NECCR and Rainbow Trust were heavily involved in Dominic's treatment and in supporting the family.
It's lovely that we can come together with the school and the community every year to raise money and awareness for the NECCR and we really hope that it will make a difference so that other families don't have to go through what we went through.
With the support of NECCR, and motivated by Katie's dedication, Fidgets' hair salon in Whitley Bay is opening its doors to offer free haircuts to others who would like to get involved in helping.