Alice’s Arc features on BBC Online & BBC South East lunch and evening news

This coverage and news reports came about in relation to the recent £1million grant designed to unravel the mystery of relapsed and refractory rhabdomyosarcoma by studying it in realtime using a plasticity molecular recorder. This project is led by The Institute of Cancer Research with Dr Alejandra Bruna and Professor Janet Shipley’s labs.
This has only been possible thanks to the community of children and families forming Arcs and working with us. Do not underestimate the power of families coming together. Pooling funds and pooling voices to change the story for those diagnosed in the future.
With thanks to BBC South East for raising the profile of our work and the story of Alice. We hope this reinforces the importance of our mission. If you want to access the full evening news report, please visit BBC iPlayer and South East Today and find the story around ten minutes in.
With thanks to everyone who has supported the charity, every family, every Arc. You have made this research become a reality. Watch this space as the scientists commence this critical work. #TheArcs #togetherwearestronger #rhabdomyosarcoma


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