Trial on the treatment of malignant germ cell tumours
SPOG provides access to a new trial on a greater quality of life
Award for childhood cancer research 2023
The 4th edition of the Childhood Cancer Research Prize has been launched
Three thousand Swiss francs raised in football
Football tournament for the benefit of Childhood Cancer Switzerland
Childhood cancer survivors: What does the future hold?
Childhood Cancer Switzerland launches new awareness campaign.
Christmas comes in summer, too
A big thank you for CHF 10,000 to the association Samichlous & Schmutzli
Childhood Cancer Switzerland honours research project
R. Morscher, MD, from the University Children’s Hospital Zurich awarded research
International conference in Valencia
When the childhood cancer community can once again meet in person
Vibrant splash of colour in hospital rooms
Waiting areas now more attractive – a welcome distraction for young patients
Fight for equal access to the best therapies
Childhood Cancer Switzerland fight against inequality in treatment
“Letting go and being optimistic”
The weekend for the parents of survivors took place for the third time.
«You Matter Moment Stars»
Employees of the Basel Marriott Hotel make donations for children with cancer.
Information events on the revised inheritance law
Events & brochure on the revised inheritance law
Heart problems after childhood cancer?
Pioneering study on cardiac health to be extended.
For children with leukaemia and Down’s syndrome
The SPOG (Swiss Paediatric Oncology Group) gives you access to the new trial.
Together we are stronger – offers of support
Direct financial aid and a multifaceted annual programme
Giving parents a moment of relaxation
Massages in the family areas of CHUV and HUG provide relief.
Lots of good things at the start of the year
"We feel it is important to transmit useful information and joy."
Ditty writers in top form at the benefit evening
The first highlight took place right at the beginning of the year.
The fight against childhood cancer – and red tape
Today is International Childhood Cancer Day!
Medication reimbursement for children with cancer
CC continues to mobilise against inequality in treatment.
Review of SIOP 2022
This year’s congress: highly informative and excellent networking opportunities.
Giving hope – beyond your own life
Information event on the revised inheritance law on 25 November 2022.
Show a Heart – solidarity for children with cancer
The City Run Basel is once again taking place on 19 November 2022.
Childhood cancer: hoping for a cure
Our latest awareness campaign is reaching around 2.4 million people.
Drugs and medication for children with cancer
The Federal Council sees no need for action.
Surpassing yourself and exceeding your own limits
Bruno Schenk takes to his bike for Childhood Cancer Switzerland.
Breathe easy – laugh – enjoy
Time-out weekend for mothers with a child with cancer in Flims Falera.
Better treatment options for children with renal tumours
Access to international therapy optimisation trial possible.
Fifteenth anniversary celebration
The Swiss Childhood Cancer Survivor Study is celebrating its birthday.
Charity event with a double goal
Playing football for the benefit of children and adolescents with cancer
CCI Europe Conference: a long-awaited meeting
Informative exchange and unforgettable reunion in Vienna
For parents of survivors with late effects
Invitation to the parents’ weekend in Schwarzenberg from 11 – 13 November 2022.
Childhood Cancer Switzerland presents sponsorship award
This year’s sponsorship award goes to Andrea Timpanaro
Award for Childhood Cancer Switzerland
Self-help project of the umbrella organisation receives CSS Foundation Award
Call for projects 2022: award for childhood cancer research
Childhood Cancer Switzerland awards a research prize of 25,000 Swiss francs.
Help for children with cancer from Ukraine
Affected children and their families continue to receive care in Switzerland.
Digital information platform for those affected
Childhood Cancer Switzerland launches new project.
Insight into our political activities
Optimal therapy options for children and adolescents with cancer.
Doing good and talking about it
More on the Foundation, background and visions with video portraits.
Honorary professorship for Prof. Katrin Scheinemann (MD)
University of Lucerne honours President of the SPOG.
Legal consultation service - a pioneering pilot project
A supplementary offer in the area of multidisciplinary follow-up care at UKBB.
International Cancer Survivor Symposium
Childhood Cancer Switzerland supports a specialist follow-up care conference.
Award for pioneering projects
Childhood Cancer Switzerland awards research prize to Andrea Timpanaro.
International Childhood Cancer Day and bereavement counselling
Activities and offers at the start of the year.
Close to her heart: Miss Southern Belle and Childhood Cancer Switzerland
Monique Bornhauser is donating the proceeds to Childhood Cancer Switzerland.
When a grandchild develops cancer
Study conducted on the needs and roles of grandparents.
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.
Alessio cycles the Mittelland Route
The Minoggio family collecting donations for Childhood Cancer Switzerland.
Swiss Childhood Cancer Registry with a new coordinator
Ursula Kühnel new executive coordinator of the Swiss Childhood Cancer Register.
Using art to help children with cancer
Exclusive partnership with science photographer Martin Oeggerli.
Off to the mountains!
Childhood Cancer Aid Central Switzerland is now offering stays in Graubünden.
Twenty-five years of Childhood Cancer Aid Central Switzerland
Belated anniversary celebrations.
Clinical trial on the improved treatment of children and adolescents
SPOG trial for patients suffering from a high-risk neuroblastoma.
SPOG as a partner in the Race For Life 2021
Charity event for those affected by cancer and for promoting cancer research.
The HEAR trial is launched
Access to hearing tests after childhood or adolescent cancer to be facilitated.
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.