Make a difference in the lives of cancer survivors, now and into the future, by supporting the NCCS. There are many ways you can get involved.
The National Centre for Cancer Survivorship (NCCS) is a ‘one stop’ centre that links and coordinates existing services – through research, identifying needs and developing new interventions – to provide the care and support cancer survivors need.
Early detection and improved treatments means an increasing number of people with cancer are successfully treated. Now almost two-thirds of people with cancer will survive more than five years after diagnosis. More than three-quarters of children with cancer will be long-term survivors.
Your support will allow our dedicated team of researchers and staff to continue to explore new research opportunities and clinical trials that aid to enrich the day-to-day lives and promote positive outcomes for cancer survivors.