Nurturing and supportive ideas to help your child and your family through cancer diagnosis
Receiving a cancer diagnosis is often a shock, and can cause enormous distress for the person with cancer, their primary carer, and their family.
Professionals that deal with Childhood Cancer to possibly follow up with after you have spoken with your GP, that can help give you more information and assistance.
Our children’s health facilities are expanding, including one of the largest health infrastructure projects in the state – the new $1.2 billion Perth Children’s Hospital.
Spending long hours in an uncomfortable hospital waiting room can add stress to an already emotionally draining experience when you’re visiting a sick child. Sometimes it helps to get away from it all, even if you’re just going down the hall.
It only takes an hour to donate blood, but it could change someone’s life. One third of blood donations help treat people with cancer.