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The Film 

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center


About Pediatric CancerTop

Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation

Pediatric Oncology Resource Center: Signs of Childhood Cancer 

CureSearch: Our Research: Survival

Children’s Cause Cancer Advocacy: Childhood Cancer Fact Sheet


Common TypesTop

Curesearch.org: Our Research: Types of Childhood Cancer

Children’s Cancer Web: About Childhood Cancer


Warning Signs and SymptomsTop

Pediatric Oncology Resource Center: Signs of Childhood Cancer


Clinical TrialsTop

Children’s Cause Cancer Advocacy: Clinical Trials

Curesearch.org: Our Research: Progress


Public PolicyTop

Children’s Cause Cancer Advocacy: NCI Cancer Policy

National Cancer Institute’s Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program: The Mission

Institute of Medicine of the National Academies: Making Better Drugs for Children with Cancer

Children’s Cause Cancer Advocacy: FDA Pediatric Exclusivity


Cancer Health DisparitiesTop

National Cancer Institute’s Center to Reduce Health Disparities: How Are Disparities Defined?

National Cancer Institute, Cancer Facts and Figures, 2006 (PDF)

Intercultural Cancer Council: Children/Adolescents & Cancer 

National Cancer Institute’s Center to Reduce Health Disparities: Barriers to Appropriate Cancer Care and Information

Sloane Kettering Memorial Cancer Center: Importance of Clinical Trials


Quality of LifeTop

The National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship: About Palliative Care & Symptom Management

ITVS Community: End of Life Fact Sheet (PDF)


Caring for Kids and FamiliesTop

Care for the Caregiver: Women’s Health Today, Spring, 2006


A Caregiver’s Guide Top

Memorial Sloan-Kettering “Help for Caregivers, Friends & Family” Guide


Health Care Professionals Top

OncologyChannel: Oncology Team

U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics: Registered Nurses


Survivorship Top

CureSearch, Chldren’s Oncology Group: Long-Term Follow-Up Guidelines for Survivors of Childhood, Adolescent, and Young Adult Cancers


Challenges and Opportunities Top

The National Cancer Institute: Late Effects of Treatment for Childhood Cancer

The National Cancer Institute: Follow-up Care: Questions and Answers