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Kids' Guide to Cancer

Age-appropriate cancer education for kids up to 15 years old.

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Kids' Guide to Cancer

Children are often scared and confused when they hear about the cancer diagnosis of someone they love. The free Kids’ Guide to Cancer app empowers kids to learn more about cancer on their own terms, at their own pace – and understand everything that is going on.

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What Is Cancer? (For Kids)

Our bodies are made up of millions of tiny cells. Our bodies are making new cells all the time. Most of the time these are healthy cells that help us to grow and to heal.

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Talking To Kids About Cancer: 7 Handy Tips

A cancer diagnosis can be difficult to talk about. Talking about cancer to children can be particularly challenging. Here are seven handy tips for talking to kids about cancer.

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Talking to kids about cancer: 7 handy tips

A cancer diagnosis can be difficult to talk about. Talking about cancer to children can be particularly challenging. Here are seven handy tips for talking to kids about cancer.

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What to expect when registering with Camp Quality

Camp Quality gives kids facing cancer the chance to be kids again. By registering with us you get access to free hospital programs, online programs and more!

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Why a better attitude can help you grow

Have you ever caught yourself saying things like, “I’m just no good at things like that”? Well, it turns out that saying things such as this may actually be holding you back from ever being good at them!

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