Together is a new resource for anyone affected by pediatric cancer - patients and their parents, family members, and friends.Learn More
A variety of treatments are used for pediatric cancers including chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and surgery. But, caring for children is more than just treating the cancer. Managing side effects and promoting mental and physical health are important for both cure and quality of life. Learn how different cancer treatments and clinical care resources help children and families face pediatric cancer.
Certain childhood cancer treatments may cause conditions to develop in the teeth, gums, and mouth. Good oral hygiene and regular dental visits can prevent or lessen problems.Learn more
Sleep hygiene is important for overall health and well-being. Doing certain things help you fall asleep faster, stay asleep, and be more alert during the day. Just like good nutrition and exercise, good sleep habits work best if you do them each day.Learn more
Children seem to be at lower risk for serious illness due to COVID-19. Still, cancer and cancer treatments can weaken the immune system. Learn about COVID-19.Learn more
Coronavirus and COVID-19 have caused many changes in daily life. Find tips on ways to talk about the topic with your child.Learn more
The coronavirus spreads easily through the spray of tiny droplets from coughs and sneezes. Social distancing, or physical distancing, is especially important for cancer patients and others who have weak immune systems. Learn more about social distancing and how you can talk about it with kids.Learn more