We support young people with cancer through targeted cancer research and support projects to help alleviate feelings of loneliness and isolation.Our Story
Our research is funded under the Jacquie Roeder Research Fund, in memory of Laura’s mum who set up the charity in 1996. Before the founding of Laura’s Trust there was no funding for research into cancer in 13-24-year-olds.
Development of new treatments specifically for young people based on the molecule CD40, which destroys cancerous tumours without harming healthy cell tissue – leading to a treatment without side-effects.Learn More
Let’s make sure all young cancer patients throughout the UK and Ireland have access to the technology they need to reduce feelings of loneliness and isolation and ensure their education stays on track.Learn More
We continue to be inspired by the stories we are old by young cancer patients. Our Ambassadors Sarah Dransfield and Jacob Simpson tell us there stories.
Catherine Tate has worked with the charity for over 10 years. The comedian and actress had read about the work of the charity in a magazine and had been touched by Laura's story and wanted to help.
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