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At the Torrence E. Hemby Jr., Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Center at Levine Children’s Hospital in Charlotte, NC, we believe education is an integral part of treatment for both children and their families.
Learning about your child’s cancer and treatment options can be daunting. Our online health library offers both English and Spanish versions of many articles will help you better understand:
You can also visit the National Cancer Institute to learn more about the different types of childhood cancers and new clinical trials being conducted.
The stress of cancer treatment can weigh heavily on children and their families. We believe a child is, first and foremost, a child, not just a cancer patient. Camp CARE is a volunteer-based nonprofit organization that provides a weeklong summer camp and other year-round activities for children and their siblings ages three to 16 who have, or had, cancer. At Camp CARE, children can have a typical camp experience, fully supervised by a medical team, and get the chance to connect with others in similar situations. Learn more about Camp CARE.