Childhood cancer, a rare disease

Cancer affecting children and teenagers is linked to the development process of the individual, and that is why we call it development cancer, which is the contrary of adult cancer, known as ageing cancer. That is why childhood cancer is considered a rare disease and little money given for its research. Research in this ambit is moving forward thanks to the thrust of families and involved professionals.

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18 March, 2020

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Questions to think about

  • Why do you think there are fewer resources for those diseases that affect a small part of the population?
  • In which way affected families might get more research for this disease and others?