Results for "Childhood Cancer"

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Cancer Treatments Can Affect Kids' Fertility: What Parents Should Know
If you’re a parent of a child who has cancer, you know it can be physically and emotionally draining to navigate the diagnosis and treatments, heartbreaking...
June 11
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Pediatric Palliative Care: Improving a Child’s Quality of Life
If your child faces a life-threatening disease or life-limiting medical condition, it can be undoubtedly challenging on them and your family. Treatments...
October 13
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How Childhood Cancers Differ from Adult Cancers
Even though your child may be the spitting image of you or share your unique personality, they aren’t just small adults. Children require special care...
January 17
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Talking to Children When a Sibling Has Cancer (an Age-by-Age Guide)
Hearing your child has cancer is one of the worst things a parent can hear, but it can also be difficult for siblings as well. Cancer has a ripple effect...
November 11
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After Childhood Cancer: What to Expect When Treatment is Over
The news your child has completed cancer treatment can bring a wide range of emotions—from exhilaration and relief to anxiety and fear. While this a time...
May 27
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How to Help a Child Cope When a Sibling Has Cancer
When a child is diagnosed with cancer, it can affect every member of the family. It can be especially difficult for siblings. “Brothers and sisters of...
May 15
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Know the Glow: Your Eyes Can Detect a Rare Childhood Cancer
Nowadays our smartphone cameras are on hand for every one of our children’s firsts—from rolling over and walking to first words and first days of school....
May 06
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Wilms Tumor: What Parents Should Know About This Pediatric Cancer
There’s probably nothing more frightening for a parent than hearing your child has cancer. Fortunately, thanks to advancements in treatment therapies,...
March 23
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Bedside Stories: Living Backwards
Ten-year-old Peyton Gonzalez is like any other kid her age, but she’s also literally one in a million -- a survivor of an extremely rare cancer that required...
March 10