Laura Crane was just 17 when she lost her 14month fight against a complex mix of four types of cancer.
Cancer is the commonest cause of non-accidental death in teenagers and young adults.
The Laura Crane Trust funds research specifically into cancers affecting 15-25 year-olds, where it can come in aggressive and difficult forms. The trust also funds measures to improve the quality of life for teenage cancer patients, both during their time spent in hospital and, for those who survive, in the aftermath of their illnesses.
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