Young people with cancer

UHB Charity is proud to support children and young people with cancer during the toughest time of their lives. We need your help to make them feel like the superheroes they are. See below how you can help us make their cancer journey as easy as possible for our young patients in the Pediatric Radiotherapy department and on the Teenage Cancer Trust Young Persons Unit (YPU).

Supporting children with cancer (The VIP Treatment)

Every year, hundreds of children come to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham for courses of radiotherapy. The treatment is a course lasting five days, every week for six weeks. This is...

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Supporting teenagers and young adults with cancer (YPU)

The Teenage Cancer Trust (TCT) Young Persons Unit (YPU) at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham treats teenagers and young adults, aged 16-24, with cancer. These young people, in the...

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