I can't think of anything worse than hearing that your child has cancer.
We luckily don't have any child in our nearby family that has cancer, but we had a little boy in the extended family who had cancer the previous year! We followed along on the journey on Facebook (they are living in another country), and we rejoiced with the parents when he was finally clean!
I know for a fact that all parents would happily exchange the suffering of their children with their own.
Today is International Childhood Cancer Day (ICCD). This day is part of a global collaborative campaign to raise awareness about childhood cancer and to express support for children with cancer, survivors and their families.To support ICCD, you are urged to wear blue on the 15th February, just as thousands of school-children will be doing throughout the country. Anything blue will do. It will all help in the effort to spread the message and create awareness.
The great news about cancer in children: 80% of children survive it and continue to live healthy lives!
To support CHOC and ICCD, join the CHOC Facebook page
Visit the website at CHOC
Call 086 111 3500.