If your child has cancer, or has had cancer in the past, you might be worried about how coronavirus (COVID-19) affects your child and the rest of your family. The most important thing is to follow the COVID-19 advice of:
If your child has cancer, or has had cancer in the past, you might be worried about how coronavirus (COVID-19) affects your child and the rest of your family. The most important thing is to follow the advice of your child’s healthcare team and the NHS.
The Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group (CCLG) has published guidance for children and young people with cancer undergoing treatment, which is especially useful for parents of children with cancer. This will be continuously updated.
The One Cancer Voice group of charities has also developed the following further general guidance for cancer patients which you can view here.
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