We’re fighting for a future where no child dies of the childhood cancer neuroblastoma or suffers due to its treatment

Solving Kids' Cancer Neuroblastoma Parent Education Conference

The annual Solving Kids’ Cancer Neuroblastoma Parent Education Conference provides a unique platform to learn about some of the most innovative and up-to-date neuroblastoma research and treatments.





Location: De Vere Latimer Estate,Church Lane, Chesham

Family support

We are there for families of children affected by neuroblastoma, providing support throughout their cancer journey and helping them with the widespread challenges they face.



What is neuroblastoma?


Children diagnosed with neuroblastoma each year in the UK


Long-term survival rate for children diagnosed with ‘high-risk’ neuroblastoma


Children diagnosed with ‘high-risk’ neuroblastoma that won't respond completely to standard treatment, or relapse after it

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Upcoming events

  • Royal Parks Half Marathon 2019

    The Royal Parks Half Marathon is one of the most picturesque running routes you can find, showcasing London’s four Royal Parks and most famous historical landmarks. Read more

  • Christmas Carol Concert

    We're already looking forward to the festive season and the Solving Kids' Cancer Christmas Carol Concert 2019. Read more

  • The London Landmarks Half Marathon 2020

    Do something amazing and join 13,000 runners on the fun London Landmarks half marathon that takes you through the heart of the City of London and past some of London's most iconic cultural landmarks and hidden gems. Read more

Latest news

  • J-A-C-K donate £50,000

    Solving Kids’ Cancer and Joining Against Cancer in Kids (J-A-C-K) are collaborating to support children affected by high-risk neuroblastoma and their families. Read more

  • BBC Radio 4 Appeal

    From June 30th to July 6th, Solving Kids’ Cancer featured as the BBC Radio 4 Appeal! Read more

  • Solving Kids’ Cancer grant to Professor John Anderson

    Solving Kids’ Cancer is pleased to announce that it has awarded a grant of £250,000 to Professor John Anderson of UCL Read more