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CCI (formerly ICCCPO) works to build a world-wide community of childhood cancer organizations representing families of children with cancer and childhood cancer survivor groups. We share information and experience in order to improve access to the best possible treatment and care for children with cancer everywhere in the world. Complete the form to learn more.

Connecting Europe

From May 12th to 14th 2017 the annual CCI Europe Regional Conference took place in Rome (Italy). Thanks to many motivated and engaged participants it was a succesful and fruitful meeting. If you want to know more, read the outcome Read more »

Declaration of Dublin

Dear members of the CCI, We’re happy to share the final version of the Declaration of Dublin (DoD) with you. Please feel free to share the Declaration with your organization, survivors and other networks! You find the DoD by clicking Read more »

The Importance of Early Collaboration in Developing Paediatric Cancer Medicines

Yesterday’s European Parliament event delivered a clear message: collaboration between all stakeholders is the only way to ensure an effective development of new drugs for paediatric cancers. The SIOPE International Childhood Cancer Awareness Day ‘Development of paediatric cancer medicines – Read more »

Internationaler Kinderkrebstag vom 15. Februar 2017

Internationaler Kinderkrebstag vom 15. Februar 2017 Der internationale Kinderkrebstag (International Childhood Care Day ICCD) findet jährlich am 15. Februar statt. Mit vereinten Kräften wird in den sozialen Medien unter dem Motto #Together4kidswcancer und #Togethercreatingbetterfutures zum Handeln aufgerufen und das Thema Read more »

European Commission announces the first 23 European Reference Networks for rare diseases (ERNs) – A milestone for 30 million patients in Europe!

The European Commission today announces the first 23 European Reference Networks for rare diseases (ERNs). This momentous step comes after years of collaboration and efforts between rare disease patients, clinical experts, and policy makers in EU Member States, at the Read more »

European Parliament votes “yes” for improvement of current EU Regulation on Paediatric Medicines.

Unite2Cure, Cancer Research UK, and the European Society for Paediatric Oncology (SIOPE) – representing the united voice of parents, researchers and health professionals active in childhood cancer – welcome the adoption of this resolution seeking to improve the current EU Read more »

The CCI EUrope Folder has arrived!

You want to know more about CCI Europe – who we are and what we do? – Have a look at the new folder! Click on the link to open this folder: CCI EUrope Folder 2016


…because every child with cancer deserves a chance! That was the motto of this year’s CCI Europe Regional Conference, which took place from 22nd to 24th of April in Belgrade. More than 100 participants from all over Europe came together, Read more »

International convention of Survivors

Young “survivors” of Firefly Association organized first international convention of young patients treated for malignant disease in the childhood “Little light of hope” in Croatia. Continue reading »

EU projects

CCI (formerly ICCCPO) is partner in a number of EU funded projects. The involvement of parents and patient representatives within such projects is very important for the European Union. CCI is the only officially representation of parents and survivors organisations Read more »

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