Cancer in the Family

Telling Your Child You Have Breast Cancer: 5 Things You Need To Know

There is no one “right way” to tell your kids you have cancer, but there are some things you can say to help relieve their fears and communicate what this diagnosis means for everyone.

New ACS Book for Children Addresses Grief

Ten-year-old Emily and 7-year-old Ben have just lost their mother to cancer in a new book for children, “And Still They Bloom” written by Amy Rovere and published by the American Cancer Society.

Bang! Zap! Pow!

The newest graphic novel in a series designed to explain cancer to children depicts superhero medical experts and cartoon cancer cells.

Experts See Progress, Hope in Battle Against Childhood Cancers

Survival has improved dramatically for kids with cancer over the past 30 years.

Cancer Survivor Gives Voice To Young Adults Fighting Cancer

By 2020, the number of cancer survivors is expected to grow from 11 million to 20 million.

Your Family Health History

Think back for a minute on all the family get-togethers you have attended over the years, and the countless heartfelt conversations that have taken place.