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Childhood Cancer

This section has been reviewed and approved by the Cancer.Net Editorial Board, 3/2014
Additional Resources

ON THIS PAGE: You will find some helpful links to other areas of Cancer.Net that provide information about cancer care and treatment. This is the final page of Cancer.Net’s Guide to Childhood Cancer. To go back and review other pages, use the colored boxes on the right side of your screen, or click “Previous” at the bottom.

Cancer.Net includes many other sections about the medical and emotional aspects of cancer, both for the child and their family members and friends. This website is meant to be a resource for you and your loved ones from the time of diagnosis, through treatment, and beyond. Here are a few sections that may get you started in exploring the rest of Cancer.Net:

- Search for a cancer specialist in your local area using this free database of doctors from the American Society of Clinical Oncology.

Review dictionary articles to help understand medical phrases and terms used in cancer care and treatment

- Read more about the first steps to take when your child is newly diagnosed with cancer.

- Find out more about clinical trials as a treatment option.

Learn more about coping with the emotions that cancer can bring, including those within a family or a relationship.

Find a national, not-for-profit advocacy organization that may offer additional information, services, and support for children and teens with cancer.

- Explore next steps a person can take after active treatment is complete.

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