Making the discoveries that defeat cancer.
Only 3 new drugs have been approved in the last 20 years to treat childhood cancers
We are trying to raise £500k over 3 years to pay for research to find a cure for rhabdomyosarcoma.
Higher Scientific Officer & Lab Reagents
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We have provided funds to enable an injection of the drug, neulasta for a 3 year old boy suffering from rhabdomyosarcoma
Allen & Overy will make an annual donation to support the mission of Alice's Arc
This money covers the salary of a Higher Scientific Officer to support the ICR's rhabdomyosarcoma research.
Finn, passed away from rhabdo, aged 10 after a courageous 18 month fight with the disease.
The family fun morning hosted by the school Alice attends raised in excess of £2K for the charity.
Finn's mother arranged a fantastic event in Leigh-on-Sea, incorporating a quiz, a live auction and a raffle.
The ICR team continue to make progress researching rhabdomyosarcoma using the funds raised by Alice's Arc
Alice's Arc is hosting a fire walk fundraiser in conjunction with the Mayor and local Sevenoaks Council
It's a huge tribute to a wonderful 5 year old. Donations to Alice's Arc at Freddie's funeral reached over £10K
We are delighted to share that the charity has raised over £250K since our inception 2.5 years ago.
The ICR has published a report called 'From patent to patient - analysing access to innovative cancer drugs
These funds have enabled the recruitment of a Clinical Research Fellow to add to the team researching rhabdo at the ICR.
In memory of Freddie Carpenter, Waitrose Rickmansworth, supported the charity with their community green coin scheme.
Alice's recent scans show no evidence of cancer. The damage from the AMORE surgery and brachytherapy has healed.
Dunn AC Ltd is helping raise awareness and funds for the charity. They have added the logo to their fleet of vans
We are delighted to be featured in an article in the ICR's Spring 2019 edition of their Search magazine
Over 100 spectators braved snowy conditions to watch 45 people fire walk to raise funds to help children with cancer