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Following the loss of our twelve year old son Alex on 5th September 2011 to Non Hodgkin Lymphoma (NHL) we formed the Alex Hulme Foundation. The overall purpose of the Alex Hulme Foundation is to enhance research into Non Hodgkin Lymphoma in Children. The aim of the Alex Hulme Foundation is to make a difference for future sufferers of the disease. Through donated funds we will allow researchers to build on their knowledge into the disease. This in turn will provide clinicians with the ability to offer a more individualised and more flexible treatment plan to children diagnosed in future meaning a greatly improved long term prognosis.

   

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Following the loss of our twelve year old son Alex on 5th September 2011 to Non Hodgkin Lymphoma (NHL) we formed the Alex Hulme Foundation. The overall purpose of the Alex Hulme Foundation is to enhance research into Non Hodgkin Lymphoma in Children. The aim of the Alex Hulme Foundation is to make a difference for future sufferers of the disease. Through donated funds we will allow researchers to build on their knowledge into the disease. This in turn will provide clinicians with the ability to offer a more individualised and more flexible treatment plan to children diagnosed in future meaning a greatly improved long term prognosis.

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  • Mon, June 20 2022, 11:28 AM : RT @SharksCommunity: #MondayMotivation - Never let the age of your playing squad stop you from chanelling your inner José Mourinho 💪😉 One…
  • Mon, June 13 2022, 9:11 PM : RT @CCLG_UK: 📣 Our #ResearchImpactReport, celebrates not just the research that CCLG has helped to fund, but the incredible impact our coll…
  • Thu, June 9 2022, 2:43 AM : @Sdt36Suzanne @CamPathology @CRUKCamPaeds Fantastic work! 👏👏 Well Done and thank you all for the work you are doing to help children have a better future. ❤️
  • Sun, May 15 2022, 8:13 PM : RT @Sdt36Suzanne: Professor Matthew Murray, paediatric oncologist at Addenbrooke's, said: 'It means the most children are cured with the le…