If someone you know has a child being treated for cancer, there's a lot you can do to help. Here are some tips and ideas, to better understand the situation and provide help.



If one of your family member or friend’s child has cancer, you may be wondering the best way to support him or her. Even though you want to help, it can be hard to know what to say or do. It is important to remember that there are no set rules and every relationship is different. Be sure to think about your unique dynamic and let that guide you as you try to support your friend or family. Keep it simple. Remember that often the little things mean the most. Here you will find some information and tips that might guide you to help your friend or family through this difficult time.

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What happens next?


You may have just learned that your child has cancer. He/she may be in treatment, or finishing treatment. It is for sure overwhelming, but knowing what to expect may help you feel more at ease.
This timeline provides information and advice throughout your child’s cancer journey. It has been designed in sections, which you can read at the right time for you.