Cian's Kicking Cancer

Cian's Kicking Cancer

About my blog

This blog will be updated by my mummy and daddy to let everyone know how I'm doing and tell you all about the fantastic support that I am receiving from lots of very caring charities.

We are in the process of creating a charity called Rainbowfish that will campaign for more awareness of the rare and aggressive cancer that Cian has been diagnosed with, to encourage research into new effective treatments and potential cures.

It will also be used to as a platform to offer a network of advice and support for other parents in a similar situation.

We are extremely grateful to our family, friends and supporters for fundraising and sending us messages of encouragement.

We also have a dedicated Facebook Page.


Cian in the Media

MediaPosted by Daddy Case Fri, February 19, 2016 23:29:12
One of the reasons that this blog was created was to raise awareness of the treatments and procedures that Cian and other children in his position will endure.

We are looking to raise the profile of childhood cancer, in particular tumours that affect the Central Nervous System (i.e. spine and brain), and with a primary focus on Atypical Teratoid Rhabdoid Tumour (AT/RT).

Our cause has been boosted by Cian's Story receiving local and national (Wales) media attention, thanks in part to the visit by Gareth Bale to Noah's Ark Children's Hospital on Christmas Eve.

We will use this post to log all the instances that Cian has received media coverage.

Wales On Sunday 27th December 2015

South Wales Echo 28th December 2015

Western Mail 28th December 2015

BBC Radio Wales Audio Clip 28th December 2015

Pontypridd Observer 31st December 2015 Page 1 / Page 2

Merthyr Express 31st December 2015

Pontypridd Observer 7th January 2016

District Diary February 2016

Pontypridd Observer 18th February 2016

WalesOnline has provided a number of updates on their site, including links to Cian's videos


We thank all of the media outlets for providing us with copies of any articles and giving us permission to publish these on this blog.

We ask that you do not re-publish any of these without the copyright owners permission, although you are free to share this page or direct people to the blog.








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