Unfortunately many people simply accept health insurance denials without question. Such blind compliance is often a mistake. Insurance companies bank on their members' ignorance of their insurance policy. This issue becomes exceptionally acute with those families dealing with a chronic or terminal illness. By taking time to follow certain steps,…
by Helen Fitzgerald, CDE Grief is what you experience when you have suffered a loss. "Loss" is the key word here because grief not only applies to the way you feel after the death of a loved one but also to the way you feel whenever you suffer the loss…
Most children with cancer should be in special education programs if services are needed. An Individualized Education Plan (IEP) must be developed with your child's school team. It is important to ensure the child receives an appropriate and free public education, undergo intelligence, achievement and behavioral testing. These tests are…
This is the first of two planned articles by members of the CureSearch web team to introduce families and friends of children with brain tumors to an internet site that is designed specifically for patients, parents and families of children with cancer. The CureSearch.org team is interested in your feedback…
Sunday, 25 May 2014 07:43

PACE Study

Physical Activity for Cognitive Effects - NEW RESEARCH STUDY   A new protocol is open at the Pediatric Oncology Branch of the National Cancer Institute for children, ages 8 to 17 years, who have had a brain tumor that was treated with radiation at least 2 years ago. This study…

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