Childhood Cancer Today
More Children Surviving Means
More Children with Challenges
A childhood cancer diagnosis is devastating for a child. In an instant, a child’s life becomes defined by the physical and cognitive damage caused by their cancer and years of treatment. That is, if they are lucky enough to survive.
Each year, thousands of children, no longer in crisis, but damaged and not equipped to realize their potential, are no longer the priority of the world that fought to keep them alive.