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  • What Is Cancer? for Kids


    When kids get cancer, it can often be treated and cured. Find out more in this article for kids.

  • Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma for Teens


    Non-Hodgkin lymphoma is a disease in which cancer cells form in a person's lymphatic system and start to grow uncontrollably.

  • Childhood Cancer for Parents


    Different kinds of childhood cancer have different signs, symptoms, treatments, and outcomes. But today, over 80% of all children with cancer live 5 years or more.

  • Caring for a Seriously or Chronically Ill Child for Parents


    Coping and advice for parents caring for a child with a serious or long-term illness.

  • Neutropenia for Parents


    Certain cancers, or cancer treatment, can weaken the immune system, requiring a child to stay home to avoid exposure to germs. Here are ways to help your child make the best of it.

  • Doctor & Hospital Visits for Parents


    Your one-stop shop for info on doctor and hospital visits, checkups, immunizations, surgery, and more.

  • Breast Cancer for Kids


    Do you know someone who has - or had - breast cancer? Find out more in this article for kids.

  • Late Effects of Cancer and Cancer Treatment for Parents


    Long-term side effects, or late effects, happen to many cancer survivors. With early diagnosis and proper follow-up care, most late effects can be treated or cured.

  • Coping With Cosmetic Effects of Cancer Treatment for Parents


    It's normal for kids to have hair loss, skin changes, or weight gain during treatment. This article offers tips for helping kids feel better about their appearance.

  • Chemotherapy for Parents


    Chemotherapy (chemo) is treatment with medicines that stop the growth of cancer cells.