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There will be a lot to get used to after your child's treatment finishes. Find out what might help.
Cancer will have a big impact on your child's emotions. Read advice about what you can do to help
Read about how children might feel or behave if their brother or sister has cancer.
Treatment for your child's cancer might have long-term effects. Find out about possible effects on fertility, education, or development.
You may have many difficult emotions if your child is diagnosed with cancer but there is support available
Find links to information and advice on how to deal with the emotional, practical and financial effects a cancer diagnosis may have.
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