Making the discoveries that defeat cancer.
Only 4 new drugs have been approved in the last 20 years to treat childhood cancers
We have already raised £1,200,000 and now aim to reach £1,500,000 to pay for research to find a cure and better treatments for rhabdomyosarcoma.
Higher Scientific Officer & Lab Reagents
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The ICR team continue to make progress researching rhabdomyosarcoma using the funds raised by Alice's Arc
The ICR has published a report called 'From patent to patient - analysing access to innovative cancer drugs
The EpSSG meeting brings together international professionals devoted to treating children with soft tissue sarcoma
Sara was delighted to take up the opportunity to attend this reception in celebration of International Woman's Day
Natalie, a trainee psychologist, is the mother of two boys, both diagnosed with cancer within months of one another.
Elsa sadly died in April 2020 and her parents want the funds raised to contribute to research in to rhabdomyosarcoma.
FaR-RMS opened in September 2020 and is now open in ten sites in England and Scotland and several sites across Europe.
We are delighted to be supporting five innovative research projects led by several leading cancer research centres
Assessing The Clinical Value For ct-DNA In Blood To Monitor The Response To Treatments and Identify Disease Recurrence
This project will increase understanding of RAS gene pathways in RMS with a focus on DNA repair and replication stress.
Freddie's family are inviting you to become part of this special community this Easter and support Alice's Arc
48 people ran, biked and swum to raise money for Alice's Arc, The GOSH charity and Spread a Smile.
Hope With Gaspard sold 2500 tickets with incredible prizes such as a Louboutin bag, VIP festival tickets and much more
The work has identified genetic changes that link to the aggressiveness, early age onset and location in the body.
Please read the latest edition of our annual report to get a snapshot of our activity for the year and our future plans.
Rhabdomyosarcoma is constantly evolving. Alice's Arc must also stay nimble and adapt to achieve our mission
Jessica's fantastic raffle received phenomenal support from her friends, family and community.
10 runners took on this challenge in support of Alice's Arc and it was so touching to cheer the team on.
The logo was designed by a young cancer survivor after input from parents, patients, clinicians and scientists.
10 year old Sophie's journey with rhabdomyosarcoma has attracted significant attention throughout the UK
Working with our Arcs family network we initiated a campaign to raise awareness and funds for rhabdomyosarcoma
On Sunday 10th October, 100 runners from across the Arcs network ran the amazing Half through the Royal Parks of London
Led by Dr Sam Behjati at Wellcome Sanger and Dr Karin Straathof at UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health
We now have 10 Arcs across the UK, from Northern Ireland, the North, the Midlands, London and the South of England.
This document provides a snapshot of our year, our plans for the future and our financial statements over the timeframe.
This is our information booklet which illustrates what we do, why we do it, how we do it and how you can help.