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We are proud to announce the launch of the Brainbow Paediatric Neuro-oncology Rehabilitation service at Addenbrooke's, Cambridge. Camille's Appeal jointly with Anna's Hope and Tom's Trust have funded this service for three years which will change the lives of the brave children battling a brain tumour. Thank you everyone for your dedicated support. This day is only possible because if you.

 

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An update

Jan282013

It’s been some time since I last blogged about Camille and her progress post treatment; it seemed that back in May, updates were becoming more and more irregular and it was a good time to take a break. However, eight months is a long time and lots of significant events can take place, especially when trying to overcome the effects of a brain tumour.

 
 
 
 
 

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about camille's appeal

 

 

Camille’s Appeal is the children’s brain tumour charity specifically focused on the support and welfare of children under the age of five.

 

Under current treatments, children are likely to undergo three treatments in an attempt to cure them of this horrific illness, all of which have a devastating effect on the bodies of these small children. Chemotherapy, surgery and radiotherapy will in many cases leave the child with disabilities making an independent life very difficult.

 

Camille’s Appeal wants to help these wonderful children and their families get as close to a normal life as possible. The focus of the charity is to work closely with the NHS to ensure that each and every child is given the maximum amount of care to lower the risk of disability and to create and improve rehabilitation care across the United Kingdom.

 

Please help Camille's Appeal through donations, fundraising and awareness create a better life for children with brain tumours.

 

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