An Outstanding Evening of The Blues in Aid of Children’s Charities with the mighty BLUESBREAK - "Blues for Lizzy 3".
Featuring guest performances by the NYA Dance Company this is a free show raising funds for Neuroblastoma UK in memory of Lizzy Bremer.
A special one-off fund raising variety show for Neuroblastoma K featuring Wendy Morton Academy students and special guest artists "Bitter Harvest" (Peter and Shannon Parker from Britain’s Got Talent Final).
Run this great event for Neuroblastoma UK! Places are still available if you book directly with us - the route proves hugely popular with both new and seasoned runners, attracted by the chance to run one of the most unique routes in the world and be spurred on by tens of thousands of spectators lining the route from start to finish.
As part of the 2016 Advances in Neuroblastoma Research (ANR) conference, ANR is hosting for the first time a Parent’s Day in Cairns on 24 June where you can attend interactive sessions led by a unique team of international research and clinical experts to learn about the latest advances in research and clinical care for neuroblastoma.
We invite applications from individuals and teams for this marathon. We ask for a £25 registration fee and a commitment to raise £300 in sponsorship. We often find people who are unable to get places in the London Marathon enter this marathon. Some even enter both!
The 3rd Neuroblastoma Research Symposium was held on 6-7 November 2013 at the BT Convention Centre, Kings Dock, Liverpool as a satellite meeting of the 2013 NCRI Conference. The programme contained sessions on: the role of MYC in childhood cancers; genetic landscape of Neuroblastoma; advances in differentiation therapy; mouse models; tumour biology and evolution; and a plenary Oral Poster Presentation session presented by up-and-coming researchers.
The 2nd Neuroblastoma Research Symposium was held on Friday, 14th October 2011 at the Institute of Child Health, London,in collaboration with SIOPEN (International Society of Paediatric Oncology European Neuroblastoma) and the UK CCLG (Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group).Invited international speakers spoke in three themed sessions: on immunotherapy; gene and micro-RNA signatures of Neuroblastoma; and new treatments. In addition there were shorter talks chosen from submitted talk abstracts and a poster session.