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Radio Rare is a podcast that shares the stories of those in and around the rare and less common cancer community.
When many people think of childhood cancers, images of babies and toddlers often appear. But what about teenagers living with a rare cancer?
This is a very different picture, and one that is often overlooked as Tamlin explains in our latest episode of Radio Rare.
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Cancer impacts everyone in the community. The enormity of such a diagnosis is compounded by the uncertainty surrounding rare and less common cancers, and most alarmingly, the lack of affordable treatment options. Read the strories of the patients below, and help someone's child, partner or parent today by making a donation that will go directly to them.
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Meet our Mum, Maureen. The most selfless and generous person you could imagine. She has been a giver all her life and now she needs help.
Amidst the COVID isolation and lockdowns in Melbourne last year, our family received the unthinkable news that our sweet baby boy Manoli (Oli) has cancer. Tests revealed it to be stage 4 Neuroblastoma with MYCN amplification.
Kristeen has lived with a rare genetic mutation since she was a child. In October 2019, at age 49, Kristeen received an additional diagnosis – endocervical mucinous adenocarcinoma of the gastric type, a very rare subtype of cervical cancer.
After 1 year of living life like a normal kid, we got the worst news. Our little boy had relapsed. After being classified as stage 4 high-risk Neuroblastoma in 2019, his Neuroblastoma had come back and in a big way.
Rare Cancers Australia (RCA) is determined to increase awareness, highlight the need for further research and initiate policy discussion and action to improve the lives and outcomes of all Australians living with a rare or less common cancer. RCA is currently working with government, clinicians and industry for change.
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Join us for the climb from Thredbo to the summit of Mt Kosciuszko on Saturday 19th March 2022.
Take in some of Australia’s most stunning alpine countryside and help raise awareness and funds for Australians diagnosed with a rare and less common cancer.
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