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Bone Health: How to Increase Bone Density

by Chelsea Goodenough | Robyn Partin March 1, 2023

Medications and treatment for illnesses such as cancer and sickle cell disease can affect bone health in younger people. Learn ways to increase bone density.

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Early Diagnosis of Childhood Cancer Saves Lives

by Liliana Vasquez, MD, MSc February 15, 2023

In childhood cancer, timely diagnosis and treatment are key to improving the chances of a cure. Learn more about the signs and symptoms of childhood cancer.

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Caregivers of Children with Cancer: Know Your Rights

by Joanna Fawzy Morales, Esq. December 8, 2022

When your child has cancer, your legal rights as a caregiver probably are not the first thing on your mind. But knowing those rights may help you keep your job, income, and benefits.

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5 Things Parents Should Know About Taking Charge of Their Child’s Care

by Samantha Ransone November 17, 2022

The moment you hear the words “Your child has cancer,” you enter a strange, new world. Here are 5 things every parent or caregiver should know about taking charge of their child’s care and treatment.

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‘Things I wish I’d known’: From Leukemia Survivor Emily Browne

by Emily Browne September 30, 2022

Childhood cancer survivor Emily Browne shares what she wishes she had known when she finished cancer treatment.

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My Cancer Survivor Story: Sandy Owen

by The Together Team September 22, 2022

In 1972, doctors diagnosed 4-year-old Sandy Owen with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, the most common form of childhood cancer. She had less than a 50% chance of survival. Chemotherapy and radiation treatments cured her cancer. Now, 50 years later, she lives each day to the fullest.

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