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No journey made alone : 35 years of the Child Cancer Foundation / Bee Dawson.

By: Dawson, Bee, 1954- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, New Zealand : Random House New Zealand, 2013Copyright date: ©2013Description: 139 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781775534730 :.Subject(s): Child Cancer Foundation (N.Z.) -- History | Cancer in children -- Patients -- Services for -- New Zealand -- HistoryDDC classification: 362.196892994006093 Summary: "A look at the work of the Child Cancer Foundation over its 35-year history in New Zealand. In 1978 the parents of any New Zealand child diagnosed with cancer were presented with a bleak reality - there was seldom hope of a cure and there was little or no assistance for the family. Much has changed. This book highlights the individuals who formed and worked within the Child Cancer Foundation to improve the lot of the children, their families and the health professionals involved with them"--Publisher information.
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A look at the work of the Child Cancer Foundation over its 35-year history in New Zealand. In 1978 the parents of any New Zealand child diagnosed with cancer were presented with a bleak reality - there was seldom hope of a cure and there was little or no assistance for the family. Much has changed. This book highlights the individuals who formed and worked within the Child Cancer Foundation to improve the lot of the children, their families and the health professionals involved with them. The Child Cancer Foundation works to ensure every child and their family walking the child cancer journey will never feel alone. It is a unique service. All royalties go to the Child Cancer Foundation.

Includes bibliographical references.

"A look at the work of the Child Cancer Foundation over its 35-year history in New Zealand. In 1978 the parents of any New Zealand child diagnosed with cancer were presented with a bleak reality - there was seldom hope of a cure and there was little or no assistance for the family. Much has changed. This book highlights the individuals who formed and worked within the Child Cancer Foundation to improve the lot of the children, their families and the health professionals involved with them"--Publisher information.

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