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Cancer in Children: Resources

If your child has cancer, you likely have many questions. Below are resources to help you, your child, and your family learn more about cancer.

For parents and other adult family members:

  • American Cancer Society
    www.cancer.org

  • CancerCare
    www.cancercare.org

  • CancerNet
    www.cancer.net

  • Candlelighters for Children with Cancer 
    www.4kidswithcancer.org

  • Childhood Cancer Guides
    www.childhoodcancerguides.org

  • National Cancer Institute
    www.cancer.gov

  • Cure Search for Children's Cancer
    www.curesearch.org

  • National Children’s Cancer Society
    www.thenccs.org

For kids and teens:

  • KidsHealth
    kidshealth.org

  • 13Thirty Cancer Connect
    www.13thirty.org

 

 

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