Tuesday 20th June 2017

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Currently we can only reach half of the young people diagnosed with cancer.

This means that they might be treated with young children or with much older adults, rather than being with other young people who can understand what they're going through.

Your donation can change that and ensure they're not alone, and get the support they need.

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Teenage Cancer Trust isn't just like every other charity. It provides teenagers with our own space to socialise with people our own age... Most importantly they provide us with help from people who understand us as teens who are going through a lot of challenges

Nairn was 15 when he was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma, and was one of the young people in Growing Up with Cancer who are benefiting from our services at Glasgow's Royal Children's Hospital

With your help we can provide the same specialist, age-appropriate care that Natasha, Declan, Nairn, Nicky and Connor received on our unit in Glasgow, to young people with cancer all over Scotland, no matter where they live. Find out more about why our Nursing and Support Programme is so vital.

Please donate and help us give every young person with cancer the support they need.

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