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Childhood Cancers

Stacy Willingham
New strategies are needed to help adolescent and young adult cancer survivors get follow-up care.
Debu Tripathy, M.D.
For a variety of reasons, some AYAs disappear from the health care system during the transition from treatment to survivorship and do not get the medical follow-up they require.
Meredith Begley
Going back to school after finishing cancer treatment can be exciting yet anxiety-inducing for a child — and a parent. Memorial Sloan Kettering neuropsychologist and child psychologist Stephen Sands has tips to help make the transition smoother.
Jessica Skarzynski
For Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, here’s a round-up of the latest news and updates in this disease space.
Tracy Ahrens
Through a children’s book that describes a fanciful dream, an author/illustrator remembers a youngster lost to cancer — and raises funds to boost research.
Kristie L. Kahl
Although survival among AYAs with cancer has improved over recent decades, disparities within the severity of stage, race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status are still just as prevalent.
Katie Kosko
Children born to women who are considered severely obese have greater chances of developing cancer before the age of 5, according to new study findings.
Kristi Frenken, B.S.N., RN
Rachel Steele, B.S.N., RN, OCN, is an extraordinary healer. As one of the only pediatric nurses in an adult-focused cancer hospital and radiation oncology department, Rachel has intangible ways of connecting with families and children that engender instant comfort in such an overwhelming environment.
 
Alice Cockerel, M.S.N., M.S.M./HM, RN, ONC, CNL
I am privileged and honored to nominate Miami Cancer Institute (MCI) pediatric oncology nurse Alicia De Pazos, RN, CPHON, for the 2019 CURE® Extraordinary Healer® Award. Alicia has been a pediatric oncology nurse for over 32 years. In that time, she has held many different positions — all in the pediatric oncology setting.
Ryan Hamner
Cancer can bring about post-traumatic stress disorder that can linger for many years in both survivors of childhood cancer and their parents.
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