THE BE CHILD CANCER AWARE CAMPAIGN
The symptoms of Child Cancers are sometimes easy to recognize, such as the large abdominal mass in a child with Wilm’s Tumour. Some other symptoms of cancer in children might include fever, frequent infections, bone pain, night sweats, vomiting, and headaches, all of which children often have when they have more common and less serious viral infections or other common problems of childhood.
Thankfully, most people will never experience the devastation that a diagnosis of Cancer in a Child or Teenager causes. However, it is a fact that Children and Teenagers do get Cancer and more needs to be done to raise awareness.
You can find out more about our campaign on the following pages:-
- How we will go about Raising Awareness
- How we will raise awareness of GP Referral Guidelines
- How we will be providing Support