Together is a new resource for anyone affected by pediatric cancer - patients and their parents, family members, and friends.Learn More
Families have many needs during ups and downs of the cancer experience: physical, emotional, spiritual, and practical. Find resources for the day to day concerns that families face during pediatric cancer.
There are dozens of camps in the U.S. and around the world that can help patients and families enjoy new experiences together while a loved one is being treated for cancer.Learn more
The goal of wish-granting organizations is to create lasting, meaningful memories for families such as going on a trip, meeting a celebrity, or receiving a special gift.Learn more
Many patients have considered whether or not to go to prom. They often ultimately recommend going if you are medically able, and it’s something you want to do.Learn more
The waiting room is a place where families of childhood cancer patients spend lots of time. Learn about things to do while waiting between appointments.Learn more
Sexual activity is usually safe during and after cancer treatment, but patients should take certain precautions. Patients should know the facts and talk to their care team about sexual health.Learn more
Sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression in children and teens are very personal issues and differ from person to person. During cancer, the discovery process is often more complex.Learn more