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Every year, approximately 100,000 children under 15 die from cancer worldwide. That’s almost 250 children a day – a startling statistic given that about 80% of childhood cancers are potentially curable with existing treatments. Too many children are dying from cancer.
Childhood Cancer is often placed in the same category as Adult Cancer, but it is important to note that there is a vast difference between Childhood Cancer and Adult Cancer; because children are still subject to growth spurts within a short period of time, this may result in the cancer spreading faster and more aggressively.
Nellie’s Catwalk for Kids teamed up with Herman West Productions to shoot over 300 hours of footage. This film features the stories of the bravest heroes fighting for their lives and the passionate individuals raising a voice for them.
The Little Fighters Cancer Trust is a non-profit which strives…
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