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Amy shares a hopeful thought for parenting a child with cancer.
Madi, Amy, and Dr. Wilson share what life can look like after retinoblastoma.
Dr. Wilson discusses the importance of a two-way dialogue between the patient and the care team.
Olivia, a pediatric cancer patient, talks about how talking to her sister before she leaves for school every day helps her feel more connected.
Michele and Joseph, parents to a young daughter with metastatic Ewing sarcoma, share how finding emotional support was a huge help while they faced childhood cancer.
Michele and Joseph, parents to a child with cancer, discuss reasons to consider a clinical trial, questions to ask, and hopeful thoughts on choosing a clinical trial.
Susan and Devin, parents of Ava, a young leukemia patient, share insights from their experience with childhood cancer and important things to remember for families who may be just beginning to face a childhood cancer.