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Counting the Cost

September 9th, 2014   |   Posted in Awareness   |   By:   |   6 comments

Your personal accountings of life tell a story and everyone’s numbers paint a different picture. This is an account of one 7-year-old boy in the battle against neuroblastoma cancer and what his numbers look like.


Parental and Medical Professional Opinions on Paediatric Palliative Care for Cancer

October 18th, 2011   |   Posted in News   |   By:   |   0 comments

A recent article in the Canadian Medical Association Journal examines the difference in opinion between parents and medical professionals when a child fighting cancer does not have a reasonable chance at survival.


From Parental Hopelessness to Empowerment

November 15th, 2010   |   Posted in Parents   |   By:   |   1 comment

Being a parent of a child with cancer is an incredible challenge. It is easy and natural to feel a sense of hopelessness along the journey; however, it is also possible to find the road to empowerment.


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