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Nicole Johnson is the mother of a medulloblastoma survivor. She tells other parents facing this brain tumor not to give up because things get better.
Childhood cancer affects the whole family. Kanika shares how letting siblings participate in care can help.
Some children may need surgery to diagnose or treat pediatric cancer. Watch this video to learn about common surgical procedures and know what to expect.
Dating is a skill you can learn. Read tips on how to get started and ideas for incorporating your cancer history into the process.
Garrett Hill is a childhood cancer survivor who has overcome many difficulties through hard work and learning to advocate for himself. Read his story.
Carlos Frías uses his cancer experiences to help others. Learn about his work with Faros de Vida, a Latin American network of childhood cancer survivors.