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Teenage Cancer Trust Type Charity Registration No. 1062559 (England & Wales) SC039757 (Scotland) Founded 1997 Location London, England Origins Cancer care Area served United Kingdom Focus Teenage and young adult cancer patients Mission Improving the lives of teens and young adults with cancer. Revenue £6½M a year Website http://www.teenagecancertrust.org/ Teenage Cancer Trust is a charity that focuses on the needs of teenagers and young adults with cancer, leukaemia, Hodgkin’s and related diseases by providing specialist teenage units in NHS hospitals. The units are dedicated areas for teenage patients, who are involved in their concept and creation. Medical facilities on the units are colourful and vibrant environments, equipped with computers, TVs, game consoles – designed to be places where friends and family feel comfortable to visit. To date, the charity has built 16 units in London, Leeds, Liverpool, Birmingham, Sheffield, Newcastle, Manchester, Glasgow, Southampton, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Wirral. The charity anticipates that the concentration of medical expertise within these units can improve chances of recovery by 15%. Units cost over £2million each to build and Teenage Cancer Trust aims to complete at least 22 units in the UK by 2012 so that every teenager and young adult with cancer in the UK has access to these facilities. The charity also serves as an advocate for teenage cancer needs, becoming instrumental in the establishment of related research and national and international forums. It also provides support services and education related to teen cancer. Contents 1 History 2 Administrative 3 Celebrity involvement 4 Corporate supporters 4.1 Arsenal F.C. 5 See also 6 External links 7 References History The idea for the charity grew by chance, out of the eagerness of a group of women to organise a fashion show to fund a children's intensive care heart unit at Guy's Hospital, London. Established in 1997, the charity’s work has expanded dramatically. As well as an Education and Awareness team with a schools programme providing information, education and advice that reaches pupils all over the UK, the charity funds and organises a forum for professionals to ensure information and best practice sharing. It sponsors a teenage conference, Find Your Sense of Tumour, an International Conference on Cancer and the Adolescent and have just appointed the world’s first Professor of Adolescent Cancer Medicine. Each day in the UK, 6 teenagers will find out they have cancer. That is over 2,200 new diagnoses each year.[citation needed] In many cases, cancer in teens is not picked up early enough and symptoms are dismissed as growing pains or sports injuries. Because teenagers are undergoing growth spurts, their cancers grow faster than other age groups and they can be at greater risk. Cancer is the most common cause of non-accidental death in teens and young adults in the UK. By the age of 15 teens have a 1 in 600 chance of developing cancer. By the age of 24 young adults will have had a 1 in 285 chance of developing cancer. In the last 30 years the incidence of cancer in the teenage and young adult group has increased by 50% and for the first time ever, the number of teens with cancer now exceeds the number of children with cancer.[citation needed] Administrative The Teenage Cancer Trust was registered as a charity in the United Kingdom on 29 May 1997, and holds registration number 1062559 (England & Wales) and SC039757 (Scotland). Today the organisation operates from offices in West London, with an annual income of around £6½M a year. Presidents of the charity are Dr Adrian Leon Whiteson OBE and Myrna Nita Whiteson MBE. The trustees of the charity are David Hoare (Chairman), Susie Foottit, Diane Margaret Freedman, Dr John Matlin, Ronnie Harris, Alan Patten, Richard Barry Rosenberg and Marc Woods. [1] Celebrity involvement Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of The Who have been intimately involved with the annual charity concerts[2] at Royal Albert Hall, which are expected to continue until 2012. Some of the many others who have been involved include Ash, Noel Gallagher, Kasabian, Stereophonics, Glenn Tipton, McFly, Ronnie Wood, Chris Martin, The Specials, Muse, The Fratellis, Noel Fielding, Russell Brand, Paul Weller, Them Crooked Vultures, Steve Cradock, Duffy, Arctic Monkeys, Bullet for my Valentine, Florence and the Machine, VV Brown, Antony and the Johnsons, Seth Lakeman, Kate Rusby, Fairport Convention, Fightstar, The Blackout, Depeche Mode, and Mathew Horne and James Corden. The most recent additions to this list are Tinie Tempah, Jessie J, Biffy Clyro, Editors and Beady Eye. Other celebrities who have supported the charity are Joe McElderry, Frank Lampard, Holly Willoughby, Gerald Scarfe, Jameela Jamil and Harry Judd. Corporate supporters Corporate supporters include Home Retail Group which includes Argos and Homebase, Nomura, TOPMAN, Coffee Republic, Sony, MandMDirect plus many more [1] Arsenal F.C. Teenage Cancer Trust was Arsenal F.C.'s "charity of the season" 2008/09 and Arsenal F.C. have been involved with the trust for many years. A ninety second television advertisement called 'Do What I Say' was made by advertising agency Brothers and Sisters and featured nine of the Arsenal squad - Manuel Almunia, Cesc Fàbregas, Kolo Touré, William Gallas, Eduardo da Silva, Johan Djourou, Gaël Clichy, Emmanuel Adebayor, Bacary Sagna, and was voiced by comedian and Arsenal fan Matt Lucas. Neil Austin will be attending. See also Rebecca Blackman External links Teenage Cancer Trust, official website 2009 Concerts for Teenage Cancer Trust at Royal Albert Hall Teenage Cancer Trust Concerts 2010 References ^ "Extract from the Central Register of Charities maintained by the Charity Commission for England and Wales". http://www.charitycommission.gov.uk/registeredcharities/showcharity.asp?remchar=&chyno=1062559. Retrieved 2008-04-08.  ^ Concertsfortct.com v · d · eRoger Daltrey Jon Button • Scott Devours • Loren Gold • Frank Simes • Simon Townshend Studio albums Daltrey • Ride a Rock Horse • One of the Boys • McVicar • Parting Should Be Painless • Under a Raging Moon • Can't Wait to See the Movie • Rocks in the Head Live albums A Celebration: The Music of Pete Townshend and The Who Compilations Best Bits • Martyrs & Madmen: The Best of Roger Daltrey • Moonlighting: The Anthology Selected films Tommy • Lisztomania • The Legacy • McVicar • Mack the Knife • Buddy's Song • The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns • Dark Prince: The True Story of Dracula • The Young Messiah • Johnny Was Children's programming The Wheels on the Bus (video series) • The Real Story of Happy Birthday to You Stage musicals The Hunting of the Snark • The Wizard of Oz in Concert: Dreams Come True • A Christmas Carol • My Fair Lady Films produced McVicar • Quadrophenia • Buddy's Song Related articles Albums • Discography • The Who • The RD Crusaders • Teenage Cancer Trust • No Plan B (band)