Information, Research, Patient Services, Advocacy
The American Cancer Society takes a comprehensive approach to combatting childhood cancer by funding research and advocating for government policies that include making it easier for all children to get quality care and providing support for patients and their families.
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CHILDHOOD CANCER INFORMATION
CHILDHOOD CANCER RESEARCH
We’re working to answer the critical questions about childhood cancer: what causes it, how can it be detected and treated successfully, and how to improve the quality of life for patients, survivors, and their families, when they’re getting care as a patient and growing up as a survivor.
PROGRAMS AND RESOURCES FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
If your child is diagnosed with cancer, we offer free resources to help you every step of the way.
Through our advocacy affiliate, ACS CAN, we support laws and policies that increase funding for cancer research, improve the quality of life for children and their families as they face cancer, and broaden access to quality health care. Find out more about what we’re doing to help.