Children and adolescents with cancer rely heavily on investment by the federal government for improved research and care.
The general public doesn’t realize the magnitude of problems faced by children and adolescents with cancer and those who survive their cancers.
Research is crucial for better treatments, minimizing side effects, increasing quality of life, and, most importantly, finding cures.
Sharing best practices and coordinating action helps us better support families and survivors of childhood cancer.
Addressing the educational, financial, and physical and psychosocial late effects that childhood and adolescent caner survivors face.