MEP for the East Midlands, Glenis Willmott addressed the SIOPE-ENCCA Conference 2014, which took place on 18- 19 September 2014 in Brussels. There, SIOPE and the European paediatric haematology community, along with parents, patients and survivors, joined their forces to create a brighter future for all children and adolescents with cancer, successfully committing to jointly […]
When Sam met MEP Glenis Willmott at the Childhood Brain Tumour Centre in Nottingham, he, and other sufferers, told her that often no treatment existed for their illnesses or that they, as children, had no option but to use drugs intended for adult treatment of brain tumours. For some children suffering from brain tumours, their […]
To celebrate what would have been Sam’s 18th birthday on 1st November 2014, we created a challenge: Flan 4 Sam! If you’d like to take part in a Flan 4 Sam, then make your donation by texting FSAM to 70070 and you’ll donate £3 to the Sam White Legacy. Don’t forget to upload your video […]
The Sam White Legacy is delighted to support the Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre based at Nottingham University. Established in 1997, the CBTRC brings together a multi-disciplinary team of leading healthcare professionals and researchers ─ all experts in their fields, and all committed to improving our understanding of childhood brain tumours. Their findings guide national and international developments in […]
All funds donated to the Sam White Legacy go towards raising awareness of childhood brain tumours, helping families who are caring for children with brain tumours, research into childhood brain tumours, or equipment and medicine to fight childhood brain tumours.