Maggie shines a light on rare diseases

To recognise Rare Diseases Day, we spoke to Maggie’s mum Jess, who shared her experience of navigating her daughter’s rare condition, Ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency (OTC deficiency).   

Oli rings remission bell

It’s not every day you get your own guard of honour, but for four year old Oli, his days aren’t like most others. Click here for his story.

Premature Griffin is defying the odds

After being born at just 23 weeks and spending the first six months of his life in intensive care, Griffin’s family knew the RCH was going to be a big part of his life—just like it was for his brother.

Lukas’s story

Teamwork, tenacity and a dad’s unconditional love. This is Lukas’s story.

Global mission to save little Willow

Willow, who has neuroblastoma, is the first child at the RCH to be signed up to an international trial testing a new treatment. Click here to read her story.

Champions for Children: Meet Stacie Wang

Dr Stacie Wang is a paediatric oncologist at the Children’s Cancer Centre in The Royal Children’s Hospital. The Good Friday Appeal proudly supports her CAR-T cell therapy research. To recognise her work in the lead up to the appeal, we spoke to Stacie about what it’s like to work with children dealing with cancer.