Franklen, 10, a cancer survivor, shares his journey from diagnosis to recovery. He also gives advice to other patients, like trusting in one's health team and remembering to laugh.
Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation
Candlelighters provides support and information for children and teens with cancer.
CureSearch for Children's Cancer
CureSearch for Children's Cancer supports and sponsors research and treatment for childhood cancers.
American Cancer Society
The American Cancer Society is the nationwide community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from cancer through research, education, advocacy, and service. Call:(800) ACS-2345
Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer
A unique foundation that evolved from a young cancer patient's front-yard lemonade stand to a nationwide fundraising movement to find a cure for pediatric cancer.
Coping With Your Child's Cancer: Liz Scott's Story
Liz discusses how her family dealt with her daughter Alex's cancer, and tells the inspiring story that led them to raise money for cancer research through Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research.
Chemotherapy medications are used to treat cancer throughout the body by killing actively dividing cells. Learn more about chemo.
Radiation therapy, also called radiotherapy, irradiation, or X-ray therapy, is one of the most common forms of cancer treatment.
When a Friend Has Cancer
When a friend has cancer, you might not know what to do or say. Get some ideas in this article for kids.
Different kinds of childhood cancer have different signs, symptoms, treatments, and outcomes. But today, up to 70% of all children with cancer can be cured.
Dealing With Cancer
It's unusual for teens to have cancer, but it can happen. The good news is that most will survive and return to their everyday lives. Learn about how to cope if you or someone you know has cancer.
Chemotherapy, or chemo, is the use of medications to treat cancer. This article explains how chemo works and what to expect when getting treatment.
From treatments and prevention to coping with the emotional aspects of cancer, the Cancer Center provides comprehensive information that parents need.
Cancer is a serious illness that needs special treatment. Find out more about how kids can cope with cancer.
Visit our Cancer Center for teens to get information and advice on treating and coping with cancer.
When Cancer Keeps You Home
Sometimes kids who have cancer need to stay home instead of going to school and doing their normal stuff. Find out why and what kids can do in the meantime.
Some Kinds of Cancer Kids Get
Cancer mostly affects adults, but there are some kinds that kids get, too. Find out more in this article for kids.
Cancer: Jen's Story (Video)
Jen, a cancer patient with non-Hogdkin's lymphoma, talks about her treatments, and how she copes, in this video for teens.
Then and Now: Shanon's Cancer Story
Shanon had cancer when she was in the 8th grade. Today, she's healthy and all grown up. Find out more in this article for kids.
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