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  • Radiation Therapy for Parents


    Radiation therapy, also called radiotherapy, irradiation, or X-ray therapy, is one of the most common forms of cancer treatment.

  • Radiation Therapy for Teens


    More than half of all people with cancer are treated with radiation therapy. Get the facts on radiation therapy, including what it is, what to expect, and how to cope with side effects.

  • Side Effects of Chemotherapy and Radiation for Teens


    Side effects of cancer treatment can include flu-like symptoms, hair loss, and blood clotting problems. After treatment ends, most side effects go away.

  • Side Effects of Chemotherapy and Radiation for Parents


    Side effects of cancer treatment can include flu-like symptoms, hair loss, and blood clotting problems. After treatment ends, most side effects go away.

  • Late Effects of Cancer and Cancer Treatment for Parents


    Long-term side effects, or late effects, happen to many cancer survivors. With early diagnosis and proper follow-up care, most late effects can be treated or cured.

  • Proton Therapy for Cancer for Parents


    Proton therapy is an advanced type of radiation therapy. It's an effective treatment for many childhood cancers.

  • Brain Tumors for Parents


    Brain tumors are the second most common group of childhood cancers. Treatment requires a very specialized plan involving a team of medical specialists.

  • Can I Have Children After Cancer Treatments? for Teens


    When chemotherapy and other treatments attack cancer cells, they can affect some of the body's healthy cells too. As a teen, you'll want to know what this can mean to your fertility.

  • Cancer Treatment & Prevention for Teens for Teens


    Find out how doctors treat cancer, and things you can do to lower the chances of getting some types of cancer.

  • Cancer Basics for Teens


    Get the basics on cancer and cancer treatments in this article.