Coalition Against Childhood Cancer Interview

Childhood cancers are different from the cancers that affect adults. Children who are treated for cancer are given medications that are intended for adults, which puts a huge burden on the children. More so, the families of the children affected by childhood cancer face immense financial burdens of over $800,000. The need to support the childhood cancer community falls on the shoulders of medical and scientific organizations that want to make a change.

Coalition Against Childhood Cancer is a community that fosters and exchanges information and learning about childhood cancer through advocacy, awareness, family support, research, and treatment.

Find out how Coalition Against Childhood Cancer builds a future without childhood cancer.

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