So your child was just diagnosed with cancer, now what?
Well, first off, I am glad you are here. Glad in the “I wish desperately that no one ever met me here, but since this is life, I am glad we have, at the very least, each other,” kind of glad.
We will be fast friends because that’s one of the only kind things that cancer gives you.
Below are a couple good posts to read to start things off.
Many children around the world are treated for Leukemia following the Children’s Oncology Group (COG) guidelines from study COG0932. There are a couple other mainstream protocols, including the Berlin- Frankfurt-Munich (B.F.M) and the UK, but in the U.S. especially, most children
This is what you can do. Establish Rank & File Understand who the front line care team is and how to get in touch with them. If it is your best friend or your brother who has received this difficult