Cross-party group of MPs and peers which aims to raise awareness of the issues affecting children, teenagers and young adults with cancer and their families in parliament.
1. Children, Teenagers, and Young Adults with Cancer
08/11/2017 - APPGs
Found: awareness of the issues affecting children, teenagers and young adults with cancer and their families in parliament
2. e-Petition debate on child cancer
25/11/2016 - Parliamentary Research
Found: 24 November 2016 E-petition debate on child cancer Dr Sarah Barber Nikki Sutherland This pack has
Found: brief: Games designed to be addictive for you had children through "lucky draw" generators (loot boxes),
4. Change England’s ‘rule of six’ to exclude young children
11/09/2020 - Petitions
Found: should follow Scotland and Wales' lead and make young children exempt from England’s ‘rule of six’. The rate
5. New research to improve treatment for adolescent mental health
07/10/2019 - UK Research and Innovation
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Found: health issues affect around one in eight children and young people
Vital improvements to treatments
1. Cancer in Teenagers and Young Adults
01/12/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: awareness of signs and symptoms of cancer in teenagers and young adults.It is a pleasure to have - Speech Link
2. Cancer Treatment: Psychological Support
22/11/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: granted this debate on psychological support after cancer treatment. I recognise that there will probably - Speech Link
3. Child Cancer
28/11/2016 - Westminster Hall
1: considered e-petition 162934 relating to child cancer.It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship - Speech Link
4. Mental Health Support: Young People
09/04/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: applied for this debate because of the cases of young people struggling to receive mental health support - Speech Link
2: Ministers need to look specifically at the needs of young people with autism who also have mental health problems - Speech Link
3: very aware of it. Does she agree that the world young people face today, in which they have little privacy - Speech Link
5. Paediatric Cancers of the Central Nervous System
22/10/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: aggressive cancer of his central nervous system. Cian was a young, gentle and happy young boy whose life - Speech Link
2: this debate, and on speaking so movingly about his young constituent. Having experienced having a seriously - Speech Link
3: the debate, so he has tons of time. About 400 children are diagnosed with a central nervous system tumour - Speech Link
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Amy Callaghan MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 0207 219 3000.
Public Enquiry Point:
Sarah Gilbert, Teenage Cancer Trust/CLIC Sargent
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