Help & Hints

If you are a family with a child with cancer, know that we know some of what you are going through as we are cancer families too.  Some of us have survivors, some of us have angels, but all of us know about childhood cancer firsthand.

While we are strictly a research foundation started by an onco kid, we do what we can to help families in non-monetary ways.  We know this battle, and we Never Ever Give Up fighting to find the cures.  Below are some helpful links for you as you navigate your journey, and further down is a blog we have started for onco families to share their questions and tips with other families! NEGU!

Books to Read:
Childhood Cancer: A Parent's Guide to Solid Tumor Cancers (Patient-Centered Guides)
Childhood Leukemia: A Guide for Families, Friends & Caregivers (Childhood Cancer Guides)

Guides to Download:
Download or order the COG Family Handbook
Download "Beyond Diagnosis" Family information published by Texas Children's Cancer Center
Oncology Patient Resource Guide, (written by cancer moms)
Track your child's blood counts, here is a log from CHOP for tracking hemoglobin, platelets, ANC, WBC, and transfusions.
Managing Radiation Side-Effects

Support Groups:
Find the Candleighters Chapter near you
Join an ACOR List Serve for families

More Support:
From camps and financial support, to where to find wigs, you will find many helpful resources here on our Support page.

Post Your Questions/Tips to Other Onco Families Here:

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