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End-of-Life Care

Parents are partners with doctors in decisions about their child's end-of-life care. Even though new and better treatments have increased the chances of a cure or remission, some types of childhood cancer do not get better. When a child's cancer does not get better or comes back, parents may not be sure about whether to continue treatment and, if so, what kind. Parents who are caring for a child at the end of life need a lot of support that includes family members and the child's health care team...

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