At Monty's Corner you will find...

Complementary Therapies
Wide range of complementary therapies which can be used alongside mainstream medicine to help improve the quality of life in children with cancer.
Inspirations
Read the inspiring stories of children around the world who have refused to let their cancer diagnoses stop them living life to the full and fulfilling their dreams…
Practical Guidance to cope through cancer journey
Expert advice on practical ways of coping with the emotional impact of cancer for you, your children and your family, and information on other sources of help and support.
Cancer Information
A comprehensive, regularly-updated round-up of the best sources of information on childhood cancers, providing access to quality articles from around the world.
 

Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 - Sunday 31 July 2016

The charity guaranteed places are available for Ride London 100. Registration is now open!

Please see details HERE

 

2016 Virgin Money London Marathon - 24 April 2016

The online ballot for the 2016 Virgin Money London Marathon is closed.

The charity place registrations are now closed. Thanks for those who showed interest in Monty's Corner.

Good Luck for the runners!

 

Recommended Reading

Books to read on cancer specifically written for Children, Teens and Siblings of a child with cancer.

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Call from Canada - Open to all!

A new University of British Columbia Research Project has begun - Maternal Caregivers of Paediatric Brain Tumour Survivors in Canada: Investigating our Lived Experiences

"No one has studied mothers who care-give for paediatric brain tumour survivors in Canada. We are often socially alienated by the work we perform for our survivor, and we are definitely financially challenged, as we can only work part-time, if at all." says Susan Lymbery, EdD(c), Doctoral Candidate Researcher & Caregiver. Contact Susan on caregiversofpbtsurvivors@gmail.com to share your experience to contribute to her research project.