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Cancer – Early Detection and Prevention

This lesson has been designed in response to the Big Vote, where children voted on what issues they most cared about.

Overview

This lesson has been designed in response to the Big Vote, where children voted on what issues they most cared about. The vote was to mark the ten year anniversary of our Make a Difference Challenge. Out of the top ten issues cancer won by a significant margin indicating that cancer matters to children in the UK. This lesson gives an age-sensitive overview to the topic and introduces children to some simple social action challenges.
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