When a grandchild develops cancer
Study conducted on the needs and roles of grandparents.
Close to her heart: Miss Southern Belle and Childhood Cancer Switzerland
Monique Bornhauser is donating the proceeds to Childhood Cancer Switzerland.
Better therapies and chances of recovery
Childhood Cancer Switzerland supports key research projects.
International Childhood Cancer Day
This year’s International Childhood Cancer Day is being held on 15 February 2022
YES to the initiative “Children without tobacco”
Advertising tempts children and adolescents to smoke.
Knitting for a good cause
One hundred hand-knitted dolls for Childhood Cancer Switzerland.
Best possible therapies for malignant brain tumours
New trial for children and adolescents with high-risk medulloblastoma.
Every child counts!
The Samichlous & Schmutzli association raises money for children with cancer.
Best therapy options for children and adolescents with cancer
Evaluation of the Federal Council has begun.
“Show a Heart for Children with Cancer” – successful campaign at the City Run Basel
Thousands of illuminated red hearts demonstrate solidarity.
Meeting to talk, listen and swap stories...
Eating together to overcome the feeling of loneliness.
Siblings in the shadows
If a child has cancer, the siblings too are faced with major hurdles.
Award for childhood cancer research
Childhood Cancer Switzerland awards a research prize of 25,000 Swiss francs.
Alessio cycles the Mittelland Route
The Minoggio family collecting donations for Childhood Cancer Switzerland.
Using art to help children with cancer
Exclusive partnership with science photographer Martin Oeggerli.
Swiss Childhood Cancer Registry with a new coordinator
Ursula Kühnel new executive coordinator of the Swiss Childhood Cancer Register.
Twenty-five years of Childhood Cancer Aid Central Switzerland
Belated anniversary celebrations.
Off to the mountains!
Childhood Cancer Aid Central Switzerland is now offering stays in Graubünden.
Clinical trial on the improved treatment of children and adolescents
SPOG trial for patients suffering from a high-risk neuroblastoma.
The HEAR trial is launched
Access to hearing tests after childhood or adolescent cancer to be facilitated.
SPOG as a partner in the Race For Life 2021
Charity event for those affected by cancer and for promoting cancer research.
Our annual report 2020 has been published
An insight into Childhood Cancer Switzerland activities.
CCS participates in the RTS programme "Temps présent"
Childhood Cancer Switzerland is committed to a better reimbursement of medicines in paediatric oncology.
Towards better reimbursement of therapies
Childhood Cancer Switzerland is committed to avoiding unequal treatment in the reimbursement of medicines in the future.
Pilot study for optimising paediatric brain tumour therapy
The pilot project, supported by Childhood Cancer Switzerland, aims to improve treatment options for children with brain tumors.
New team member
On 14 April Erika Eggenberger took over from Dorothea Gängel. As assistant, she supports the two CEOs and communication.
Charity event in Lausanne
Every year at Easter, the traditional Easter mosaic is created in Ouchy, a district of Lausanne.
New addition to the fundraising team
On 6 April 2021 Claudia Crevatin started working as a fundraiser in foundations, legacies and sponsoring memberships at Childhood Cancer Switzerland.
Risk factors for second tumours
Genetic predispositions increase the risk of second tumours after childhood cancer.
Production stop of important painkiller
Childhood Cancer Switzerland meets with CEO of Mundipharma to find a solution.
Care leave comes into force
The new federal law, for which we have campaigned politically, will be implemented in 2021.
The new annual report 2020
The new annual report of the Basel Region Childhood Cancer Foundation is now available.
Virtual survivors’ meetings
Review of the interactive offers of the Survivors’ Centre in times of a pandemic.
Our community is constantly growing
The Basel Region Childhood Cancer Foundation on social media.
Family climbing day in the Jura
Supervised climbing for people of all ages in the Basler Jura.
Adventure week in Einsiedeln
Adventure week for children and young people in Einsiedeln from 2 to 6 August 2021.
International Childhood Cancer Day
International Childhood Cancer Day will be held on 15 February 2021.
SPOG study wins Pfizer Research Prize
Christa König and Cécile Adam win Pfizer Research Prize 2021 with SPOG study.
When an important painkiller is missing
The production of a drug for pain therapy is stopped for financial reasons.
Katrin Scheinemann becomes President of PanCare
The President of SPOG has been elected President of PanCare for the next three years.
FOPH evaluation on the topic of “medicines in off-label use”
Childhood Cancer Switzerland represents the interests of paediatric oncology in the FOPH evaluation.
Workshops with paediatric oncologists
Childhood Cancer Switzerland discusses possible solutions for drug reimbursement together with pediatric oncologists.
And what comes after COVID-19?
Even if the pandemic goes away, cancer will continue to weaken many families.
Proceeds from “COVID-19 Solidarity” stamp campaign go to Childhood Cancer Switzerland.
COVID-19 risk group?
My child has cancer. Does this mean he or she belongs to the COVID-19 risk group? COVID-19 risk group?
The Survivors’ Centre provides information on the coronavirus
Regular advice and information from the Survivors’ Centre.
Thanks to Miss Southern Belle
A pin-up calendar in support of Childhood Cancer Switzerland.
Anniversary of Childhood Cancer Aid Central Switzerland
The association has been supporting children and young people suffering from cancer for 25 years.
Charity concert in Bern
Children’s oncologists play works by Bach and Vivaldi for a good cause.
Swiss Childhood Cancer Survivor Study
Health survey after illness in childhood and adolescence at the ISPM in Bern.
SPOG gets a new president
Katrin Scheinemann, MD, is the new President of the SPOG as of 1 January 2020.
For parents of survivors
The first expert-led weekend for parents of survivors with late effects.
Empowerment through information and networking
The second national Childhood Cancer Conference was held in Bern on 15 February 2020.
Second National Childhood Cancer Conference
The second National Childhood Cancer Conference will take place in Bern parallel to International Childhood Cancer Day.
Health conference in the Federal Parliament
Childhood Cancer Switzerland took part in a health conference of the SP federal parliamentary group.
Guest of the President of the National Council
The first solutions in the area of covering the costs of cancer drugs were discussed.