Osteosarcoma (also called osteogenic sarcoma) is a type of cancer that starts in the bones. If you or your child has just been diagnosed with osteosarcoma, is going through treatment, or is trying to stay well after treatment, this Detailed Guide or Overview can help you find the answers you need.
The diagnosis of cancer in a child or teenager can be a devastating blow to parents and other family members who love the child. Here we offer suggestions on topics such as coping with the diagnosis, dealing with financial and insurance issues, and nutrition for children with cancer.
Most children and teens with cancer are treated at large pediatric cancer centers. Pediatric cancer treatment typically is offered to children from birth to age 18 or 19, although some groups extend pediatric treatment to age 21. These cancer centers offer clinical trials run by the Children's Oncology Group (COG).
Talking about cancer can be hard. Here you'll find tips to help make it easier to talk with others about cancer, including your health care team and your family, friends, and co-workers.