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After Treatment—Living as a Childhood Neuroblastoma Cancer Survivor


Living as a Childhood Neuroblastoma Survivor Treatment for neuroblastoma can be long, difficult, and traumatic, not only for the patient but also for friends and

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About Childhood Leukemia, Detection and Diagnosis


Childhood Leukemia Nearly one-third of all children and teens with cancer are diagnosed with childhood leukemia, making this form of childhood cancer by far the

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What is the expected life span of Childhood Neuroblastoma Cancer


  Statistics on Five-Year Survival Rates for Children with Neuroblastoma Any discussion of prognosis or outlook is usually based on five-year survival rates, or the

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The Childhood Cancer STAR Act Has Been Signed!


BREAKING NEWS! THE CHILDHOOD CANCER STAR ACT HAS BEEN SIGNED! Yesterday, June 5th 2018, as a result of your action and the collaboration of many childhood

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The American Childhood Cancer Organization is a key leader in providing a voice within the halls of Congress for children and families affected by a

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Neuroblastoma Childhood Cancer: Signs and Symptoms

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Neuroblastoma Neuroblastoma is the most common form of cancer in children under the age of one, and accounts for about 6% of all types of

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Gold Ribbon Hero Katrina Bugge


Katrina’s journey: Katrina was diagnosed with Stage 5 Wilm’s Tumor on November 24, 2002 at the age of 4. We will never forget that date,

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Regan Schott


Regan’s journey: Regan was diagnosed at 7 months old with stage 4 MRT… she fought hard without any complaining or fussing for 6 months before

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Childhood Neuroblastoma Cancer: Causes, Risk Factors, and Prevention


What Causes Neuroblastoma? Neuroblastoma is caused by the abnormal development of immature nerve cells known as neuroblasts. As a fetus develops, most neuroblasts grow and

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Steps to finding the right cancer clinical trial for your child

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What is a Clinical Trial? Clinical trials are a part of long-term research studies designed to develop and test potential new treatment options for cancer

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