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After surviving a battle with cancer, there are many other issues that can still arise. Cognitive changes can happen for a number of reasons, based on the age, gender, type of treatment, and a number

Cancer> Brain Cancer l 3 years ago

After battling cancer, returning to school can be a challenge. However there are many roads parents and children can take to make this transition happen more smoothly and with less stress. It is all

Cancer> Brain Cancer l 3 years ago

The loss of a child is a devastating experience for parents, family members and friends, as it does not follow the proper course of life. The process of grief differs from person to person. For many

Cancer> Brain Cancer l 3 years ago

Parents of children with brain cancer and spinal cord tumors need support in a variety of areas. One critical area includes resources for finding accurate, up-to-date information about this dreadful

Cancer> Brain Cancer l 3 years ago

Research is the key component in the battle to cure pediatric brain tumors and brain cancer. Its success points directly to the value of collaborations among various groups that come together with a

Cancer> Brain Cancer l 3 years ago

Everyone has their own definition of "normal." For most, that definition is much like everyone else's. But, for the parents of a child who has been diagnosed with a brain tumor or other form of brain

Cancer> Brain Cancer l 3 years ago

Family outreach programs offering resources in education, assistance and support are essential for parents and families of children diagnosed with brain tumors and brain cancer. Connecting with the

Cancer> Brain Cancer l 3 years ago

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