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Who cares about our teens and young adults

I have so much admiration for the work that goes into the Teenage Cancer Trust. They do so much to raise awareness and raise money to help our teens and young adults. This is Who cares about our teens and young adults. So I just wanted to put a little blog together with some of their information on, that maybe you are missing because right now they need our Twitter Power! 
Six teenagers will find out they have cancer today, six tomorrow and six the day after. More often than not, these young people get a raw deal, receiving hospital treatment in inappropriate facilities alongside young children or older people. Teenage Cancer Trust fights for the rights of teenagers and young adults with cancer.
The charity helps make life better for these young people by building specialist units which are boosting survival rates.
Via The Who 

Who cares about our teens and young adults

Roger Daltrey from The Who, a personal favourite of mine, is a patron of Teenage Cancer Trust and has been actively involved for some time.
Every year for 9 years many artists have performed at shows at the Royal Albert hall to support the charity in raising vital funds.
The most recent additions to this list are Bullet for my Valentine, Florence and the Machine, V V Brown, Antony and the Johnsons, Seth Lakeman, Kate Rusby, Fairport Convention,Fightstar, The Blackout, Depeche Mode, and Mathew Horne and James Corden.
Other celebrities who have supported the charity are Joe McElderry, Frank Lampard, Holly Willoughby, and Gerald Scarfe.
 Now they need our help, though the Cancer Charter  a group of well-known charities spanning three continents. Who are campaigning together to establish the International charter of rights in countries across the world. 

They need at least 20’000 signatures from the international community to sign the International Charter of RightsSo that the unique needs of younger people with cancer are met and recognized.

That’s nothing for us tweeters, get signing! 
Check it out…. http://www.cancercharter.org/about.html
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