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 your child’s healthcare team and the NHS.
In isolation yet again, but this time with the whole world having a greater understanding of what it’s like to live with an ever-present uncertainty, panic and fear. Since Suki’s diagnosis, we have never taken anything for granted. As difficult as this coronavirus pandemic is for everyone, it perhaps gives people a glimpse into a life like ours…Read more in Rachel's blog
Clara was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia when she was just four years old. Now a children’s nurse, Clara reflects on her childhood and her decision to go into nursing, as well as discussing what it is like to be a nurse during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Give hope to children facing cancer amid COVID-19 uncertainty
The entire world is currently facing a period of uncertainty due to the Coronavirus pandemic. However, what does remain certain is that 12 children and young people will continue to be diagnosed with cancer every day in the UK.Read more