“It’s been almost 2 years since my children Theo & Lilly had to come home from hospital without their sister Chloe.” They wanted to share Chloe’s story with you below.
Chloe was just 5 years old when she was diagnosed with brain cancer. She died on Boxing Day 2017. Now I’m doing whatever it takes to stop what happened to Chloe from happening to others.
Developing new treatments and testing them through clinical trials is the only way to give hope to children and adults living with brain cancer.
Our research projects already have real examples of people alive today who would not be otherwise.
That’s why we’re asking for your help. Your gift can give even more children with brain cancer access to better treatments and hope for a cure.
You can give the best and brightest researchers on the brink of discoveries the funding to make a cure possible.
Each year, brain cancer kills more Australian kids than any other disease. Together, we can help stop the suffering. Please make a Christmas donation today. We thank you for listening to Chloe’s Story, and we appreciate all donations given.