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A bone marrow or blood stem cell transplant involves chemotherapy and/or radiation and replacement of the damaged bone marrow or cancer cells by healthy blood stem cells....
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Radiation therapy treats cancer using high-energy x-ray beams. The beams target cancer cells from outside the body and destroy fast-growing cells, such as cancer cells....
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Many children with cancer will have surgery during their treatment. Most surgeries happen in the operating room while your child is asleep under general anaesthesia....
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Chemotherapy treatment uses anti-cancer medicines (drugs) to treat cancer by stopping cells from growing, or by destroying cells....
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Cancer treatment

April 9, 2019
There are 3 types of treatment commonly used to manage cancer in children: chemotherapy, surgery and radiation therapy....
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Helpful information about blood tests and why they are so important for children going through cancer treatment....
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There are many different types of medicines to help reduce your child's pain and anxiety during tests and procedures for cancer. ...
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If your child has cancer they may need some tests to find out how well their organs are working....
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There are many ways to help reduce your child's anxiety and distress during tests and procedures for cancer....
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X-rays and scans take pictures of various parts of the body. Bones show up most clearly but you can also see other tissues....
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