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Childhood Cancers

Kristie L. Kahl
A recent study from St. Jude Children’s Hospital found that more than half of adults who survived pediatric central nervous system tumors failed to achieve independence as adults.
Brielle Urciuoli
Micah Bernstein is only 7 years old and has already fought cancer three times. Now, he hopes to be an inspiration to other children.
Kristie L. Kahl
“Key brain regions that we know are typically involved in autobiographical memory formation and retrieval, especially the hippocampus, are located quite far from the primary tumor bed, and thus far from the site of focal radiation,” Sekeres, who is director of the Sekeres Memory Laboratory at Baylor University, said in an interview with CURE.
 
Brielle Urciuoli
While a pediatric cancer diagnosis can obviously impact the child experiencing the disease, psychosocial effects can differentiate how each parent is affected, too.
Tom Weatherall
All the wishes granted at Make-A-Wish New Jersey are special, from meet and greets with A-list celebrities, to smaller wishes that are just as meaningful.
Kristie L. Kahl
A recent study showed that socioeconomic status may explain racial and ethnic disparities found among childhood cancer survivors of certain cancers.
 
Elizabeth Davis, B.S.N., RN, CPN
One oncology nurse developed the BARF scale so her young patients could better communicate how they were feeling.
Beth Fand Incollingo
The wigs resemble the hair of Disney princesses, and though most are designed for girls ages 2 to 10, there are a few styles for boys.
Tamera Anderson-Hanna
My hope is that more parents and caregivers find the benefits that yoga can offer for children with cancer.
Katie Kosko
Early study results show response to therapy in more than 90 percent of patients.
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