• Some of the heroes that came to our 'Junior Worry Hunter' workshops for 3B kids and their siblings.

Welcome to Kids Cancer Support Group

Kids Cancer Support Group (KCSG) is a not for profit organisation that is dedicated to supporting and enriching the lives of kids diagnosed with cancer and other blood disorders on Ward 3B Total Care Unit at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) for Children, Subiaco Western Australia. This is all-encompassing support ensuring we include the whole family.

The Kids Cancer Support Group was formed in 1983 by a group of parents with children diagnosed with cancer and staff at PMH to meet an identified need for support of each other through the often traumatic cancer journey.

All donations to the KCSG are applied directly to the support and enrichment of the lives of children who are undergoing treatment at ward 3B Total Care Unit at Princess Margaret Hospital.

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Help us make a difference to kids dealing with cancer.
You can donate by following this link KCSG Any donation over $2 is tax-deductible.

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Here at KCSG we are always trying to find new ways to further develop the support we offer our incredible families.
Your ideas and encouragement mean the world to us. If you have any great ideas please let us know clicking on the Suggestion Box below.​suggestion-box

Check out below what we've been up to on Facebook

Some news to start off everyone's day right yesterday 4 warriors in our community all got results for clear scans!! 4/4 is amazing for one day and we wanted to celebrate this news with you all!!

Little Nora our ginger ninja had clear MIBG scans and is doing well! Thomas had 3 month scans and all was clear! Caitlin turns 18 on the weekend and clear scans again after last two year scan what a way to celebrate! And Saxon 12 weeks post treatment clear!!!

How can we not celebrate all this good news! Our inspiring warriors! πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸŽ‰ we think you're all amazing ❀️ #kidscancersupport #togetherwearestronger Caitlin's Journey Saxon's Crew #teamthomas #norathegingerninja
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Support Communified Inc Warrior Mail this month for two super siblings Jonte and Johnas, big brothers to a very brave little girl Nora who was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma. Show them how special they are and send some kind words their way! Thanks to mum Naomi for these adorable pictures we can see how much love and support they give their little sister β€οΈπŸŽ—
Follow Communified Inc for all warriors! Please send *individual cards* for each child to PO Box 182, Greenwood WA 6924.

#twoforone #supersiblings #bigbrother #warriors #togetherwearestronger #childhoodcancerawareness
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Today The Gladiators who are an integral part of us at Kids Cancer Support Group received an amazing generous cheque donation towards the Gladiators toy project from the Cottesloe Golf Club! Thank you so much to Vivienne Mary Veronica for nominating KCSG's Gladiator Goodies as a worthy recipient for a donation of the clubs charitable funds raised by the Women's General Committee throughout the year.

Yet more incredible people joining our mission to make our brave 3B kids smile!

#kidscancersupport #gladiatorsgoodies #togetherwearestronger
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Shout out today to all our warriors and their mums, dads, siblings, grandparents and carers! πŸŽ—πŸ’›πŸŒŸ #kidscancersupport #togetherwearestronger #warriors ... See MoreSee Less

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We have shared Kai's story during September and wanted to update you all. Kai has relapsed acute myeloid leukemia.

The oncologists have told Kai's family that they have run out of time to find an alternative match for Kai. They cannot leave the transplant because of the risk of the Leukaemia returning aggressively. There is not a suitable match on the international registry and they will be using Kai's little brother Braes cord blood stem cells for Kais second transplant. Brae will also have an operation to draw some stem cells from his bone marrow to give to Kai. Brae who has just turned one has to have a General Anaesthetic and go through this procedure but it is Kais best chance. Kai will go in for his conditioning chemo on 3rd November and will have Total Body Irradiation (TBI) on 9th November. Brae will have an operation on the morning of 10th November and Kai will receive his cells from Brae in the afternoon of the same day (his Bone Marrow Transplant).

Kai's family are very fortunate to have this back up. To imagine the absolute fear of no match and no alternative is a very scary thought. Kai is one child among many. It isn't just children waiting either. People from diverse/mixed cultural backgrounds and smaller ethnic communities have even less chance. The registry desperately needs people from these groups. They need young male donors, Asians, Aborigines, Maoris, people of African descent, Samoans and so many more. Whatever nationality you are, wherever you are in the world please join the Bone Marrow Registry. Every person could be that potential life saving match. Support your own communities by joining up.
From Kai's mum Kara:

"Please don't stop raising awareness, please don't stop the bone marrow drives, the swabs, the blood tests or the efforts in getting people onto the international Bone Marrow Registry. Please register in Kais name. Please do it for Kai so he can continue to make a difference to others in his position πŸŽ—πŸ’›"

Register here www.abmdr.org.au
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Some days I really feel that Kai totally understands exactly how much his little brother means to his fight. He adores him πŸ’™πŸ’™

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