My child has a blood cancer diagnosis, now what?
Use this site as your guide and resource while you cope with your child's diagnosis, treatment, return to school and recovery.
The tools and resources available here were developed in consultation with parents, teachers and healthcare professionals.
Tools & resources for parents and caregivers
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More support for parents and caregivers
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About childhood blood cancers
Leukemia and lymphoma account for over 40% of all new cancers diagnosed in children 0-14 years while leukemia is the sixth-most common cancer in teens and young adults (15-29 years).
Survival rate for children suffering from leukemia or lymphoma has significantly improved over the last few decades and is now as high as 98%. Most kids with a blood cancer diagnosis will survive.