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Our vision: to eradicate childhood cancer

With your support, we can continue to help families and contribute to paediatric cancer research with the aim of eradicating childhood cancer.

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The Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund Annual Report and Review 2019

2019 was an eventful year in many ways, with a high degree of activity within all of the Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund’s missions.

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Research grants

We are the single largest financier of childhood cancer research in Sweden, and also provide financial support to the development of new treatment methods and continuing education in the field of childhood cancer.

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This is the Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund

In the 1970s, a minority of children diagnosed with cancer survived. These days over 85% do. But that’s not enough. Childhood cancer is still the most common cause of death in the ages 1–14.

About us

William's long way back

On his fourteenth birthday, William Bossmar received the message he longed for. All cancer is gone. The journey to reach there had been long.

William's long way back

Childhood cancer facts

Every year, about 300 children and teens in Sweden develop some form of cancer. In the world, approximately 250 000 children and teens get cancer every year.

Childhood cancer facts


of children diagnosed with cancer survive. Your donation allows us to continue to fight childhood cancer.

This is how donations are spent