In order to provide the most current information available, NCCS board member and childhood cancer survivorship expert, Dr. Robert Hayashi, MD, answers some common questions on navigating the pandemic with a child in treatment or as a childhood cancer survivor.
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Julia was diagnosed with bilateral retinoblastoma (cancer of the eye) at just 18 months old. The best place for her treatment was at a hospital in New York that specialized in her disease. Thanks to support from our donors, the NCCS made sure Julie got to every appointment.
Become an NCCS Road Warrior monthly donor so we can be there for kids and families when they need us most. Monthly giving is a convenient way you can make sure the NCCS is there to support every family when they’re facing the daunting world of childhood cancer.
As an NCCS Road Warrior, you’ll help even more families get where they need to be-physically, financially and emotionally. You’ll give them hope, and give their children the best possible shot at survival.