Three children are diagnosed with cancer every week. Read some of their stories.
Webster Roebeck is a tough young man who has tried his hardest to always keep a brave face throughout his cancer treatment.
An accident that injured four year old Paige Hughes’ arm was the start of a nightmare run of injuries for her parents.
Sophia is about to turn three, she loves to dance, play with her twin brother and watch Dora on TV. She has also spent more than a year bravely battling cancer.
Patrick is an energetic boy, who whenever possible loves to play outside. But at the end of 2014 Patrick spent many months in and out of hospital having treatment for cancer.
At the age of seven, Olivia was diagnosed with High-Risk Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL), and her mum, Katarina says her brave girl has had a very rough journey since that terrible time.
Two days after being checked by her doctor, Nikita and her parents were on an emergency flight to hospital in Auckland where they were told the devastating news that the then five year old had cancer.
After being diagnosed with cancer, Emily spent nearly two years undergoing countless treatments, a bone marrow transplant and many lengthy hospital stays.
Luca was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma just before he and his twin brother Devon celebrated their eighth birthday.
Bella loves dancing and flowers and wants to be a ballerina or florist when she grows up.