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We help children touched by cancer — whether you have cancer or are a parent, sibling, caregiver, family member or friend of someone diagnosed.


Practical information and worksheets to help you get organized from diagnosis, through treatment and beyond.


Our community helps you understand your options, what to expect, what questions to ask and we offer support all along the way. Read about the effects of cancer, learn from the experiences of community members and find more resources to help manage your cancer experience, here.


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The good news is 80% of children will become childhood cancer survivors after five years.  Prepare your child and family for life after treatment.


When a child is diagnosed with cancer, EVERYONE in the family needs healing, including the siblings. Help siblings understand — especially during the fight against cancer — that they are special and important people, too. 


While 80% of children will become childhood cancer survivors after five years, 20% will not. In support of these families, kidsSTRONG developed a Grief and Bereavement handbook for parents who have lost a child to cancer.


Locate additional resources in the cancer community that may help you with your physical, emotional, practical or treatment concerns. The Children’s Cancer Association’s Kids Cancer Pages is the first- ever national resource directory on childhood cancer, recognized by the National Cancer Institute as “the most comprehensive guide for families currently available.” For families battling pediatric cancer – and the medical professionals who care for them, the Kids’ Cancer Pages directory is a vital support tool. Download it here.