Childhood blood cancers

When a child is diagnosed with cancer, their life changes in an instant. They will depend on many people around them to get through it. Whether you are a family member, educator or friend, it is important you know that:

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There is hope

Treatments for childhood blood cancers can lead to long-term remission and, in some cases, a cure.
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Research is advancing

Research for childhood blood cancers progressed tremendously in the past 40 years.
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It's nothing you did

The child did not catch the disease from someone or develop it as a result of something you did.

You are not alone.

Know that the blood cancer community is here to support you every step of the way.

Experiences of others with childhood blood cancers

Zoe
Zoë
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She is an incredible big sister with a huge amount of empathy.

Montréal QC
Canada

Zoe
Zoë
Quote
She is an incredible big sister with a huge amount of empathy.

Montréal QC
Canada

Free Colouring App for Kids

The app includes blank canvases and coloring pages.
It can be used anywhere and may help pass time in waiting rooms or during treatment.
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What you can do

A child’s cancer diagnosis affects everyone. As a loving and caring parent, caregiver, sibling, friend, educator or family member, you can provide support and offer hope. The following resources were developed to assist you as you learn and explore more about leukemia and lymphoma in children 12 years of age and younger.

Resources

All resources

Access all fact sheets, guides, podcast, videos and other resources to learn everything from the disease symptoms, statistics and treatment options.