Izzy and Evan shared their personal experiences of childhood cancer with Childhood Cancer Ambassador, Jodie Oddy. Their stories are just two of the 400 families we support every year.
Luke's son Ethan was five years old when he was diagnosed with Bilateral Wilms tumours on both his kidneys and when their family moved to Adelaide, they sought out the support of the Childhood Cancer Association to help their whole family cope with his diagnosis.
Jemima was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2006 when she was only five years old. The Childhood Cancer Association supported her family from the moment she came out of emergency surgery and during her four rounds of chemotherapy.
Chris' son Thomas was diagnosed with a brain tumour at just 6 months of age. The support his family received from the Childhood Cancer Association helped them cope with this diagnosis and subsequent a relapse.