Childhood Cancer: “There are no words to describe how broken we were”

With over 45,000 people diagnosed with cancer in Ireland each year, everyone has had direct or indirect experience of the disease. But while any diagnosis is traumatic, the news that your child has cancer is undoubtedly every parent’s worst nightmare.

September is International Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, when experts aim to put a spotlight on young people (from birth to 24) – and with incidences rising at 1-2 per cent annually, Childhood Cancer Ireland will ‘make the gold shine ‘ to shine a light on the challenges faced by children and their families who are currently undergoing diagnosis, treatment or learning to live after cancer.

https://www.independent.ie/life/family/parenting/childhood-cancer-there-are-no-words-to-describe-how-broken-we-were-41987169.html Childhood Cancer: “There are no words to describe how broken we were”

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