Childhood Cancer Issue
While it’s the No. 1 cause of death by disease among children, cancer is still very rare. Less than 1 percent of cancer diagnoses are in people younger than 18. Yet for those diagnosed, and the people who dedicate careers to care for them, challenges remain. This issue of Life & Science magazine examines some of the unique challenges of childhood cancer and the ways in which Bristol-Myers Squibb supports young oncology patients.
Volume 4 | April 25, 2018
Supporting Children with Cancer
Helping childhood cancer survivors is just as challenging and as important as advancing the research in pediatric oncology.
Hacking Childhood Cancer: Creating Support Systems
Staying in Touch
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