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Teenage Cancer Trust appoints Four


15 January 2007: Teenage Cancer Trust (TCT) has appointed Four Communications to work on a public affairs campaign to increase the number of specialist units the charity is able to provide for teenagers and young adults with cancer and to increase public awareness about the charity.
Lucy Jackson, Director of Communications for the charity said: "Teenage and young adult cancer patients have particular needs that are different to those of adults and children. They need specialist care because of the rarity of the tumours they get and also for the particular psychological and social problems they experience. Too many young people are treated in an inappropriate environment at this particularly difficult time in their lives. We will be working with Four Communications on a national campaign to tackle these issues and ensure that all teenagers and young adults with cancer receive the specialist treatment and attention they deserve."
Jeremy Fraser, managing director at Four Communications, said "Teenage Cancer Trust is a fantastic charity which has helped improve the lives of thousands of young people and we are delighted to be working with them on this important campaign."
The team will be led by Jeremy Fraser, with support from account director Phaedra Stavrinos. Four Communications will begin work immediately. The fee for the programme is undisclosed.

For more information please contact:
Jeremy Fraser, managing director - Four Public Affairs


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