Together is a new resource for anyone affected by pediatric cancer - patients and their parents, family members, and friends.Learn More
Survivors, including teens and adults, face unique challenges as they navigate life transitions and health concerns related to cancer and its treatment. Learn about late effects, ways to stay healthy physically and emotionally, and how to handle school and work issues.
Some childhood cancer treatments can impact how survivors learn and think, which can affect academic performance and the ability to find and keep employment.Learn More
Most childhood cancer survivors adjust well mentally and emotionally to the life changes brought about by childhood cancer. However, survivors often face challenges related to their emotional well-being.Learn More
If I had a cancer as a child, will my children be at risk for cancer? Childhood cancer survivors often worry they will pass on abnormal gene or condition that could cause their children to develop cancer.Learn More
Childhood cancer survivors number more than 420,000. These childhood cancer survivor profiles feature survivors with full lives, but they also have unique challenges because of the childhood cancer treatment they received.Learn More
As a childhood cancer survivor, the COVID-19 pandemic may cause you an extra sense of worry. Some childhood cancer survivors may be at higher risk for developing complications of COVID-19 because they have certain medical conditions.Learn More
Long-term survivors of childhood cancer should get the COVID-19 vaccine unless they are allergic to it. Learn more about the vaccine.Learn More