Give more than hope this Daffodil Day Appeal. Donate today.
One in two Australians will hear the words ‘you have cancer’ by the age of 85.
With your help, more people will also be told, ‘you can survive this.’
By supporting our Daffodil Day Appeal and funding life-saving research, you can deliver real hope to children,
like Missy, and their families. Your gift will give the one in two people affected by cancer a greater chance to survive.
Can you imagine hearing the words ‘your daughter has cancer,’ only to
discover there is no way to treat it?
Thanks to Cancer Council researchers like Professor Murray Norris,
treatment for leukaemia—the most common type of cancer affecting
Australian children—has come a long way in recent years.
Professor Norris says, ‘Sixty years ago, leukaemia was a death sentence, and now
around 80 per cent of children diagnosed with leukaemia survive.’
Cancer research is key to saving lives, as is your support.
One in two people will hear the words ‘you have cancer’ before the age of 85.
Your support will provide hope for children like Missy. Whether or not they also hear
the words, ‘you can survive this’, depends on research.
It’s why today, we’re depending on you.
Your gift will give more than hope. By funding vital cancer research, you will save lives.