Childhood Cancer has many different colors that represent it…and one of them is Light Blue, so I thought we could take a minute and learn.  Cancer in children can occur anywhere in the body, including the blood and lymph node system, brain and central nervous system (CNS), and kidneys. Most of the time, there is no known cause for childhood cancers. Childhood cancers may behave very differently from adult cancers.

Childhood cancer is a general term used to describe a range of cancer types and noncancerous tumors found in children. Childhood cancer may also be called pediatric cancer. Below are the most common types of cancer in children under 15 years old. For more information on each type, select a name below.

Below are the most common types of cancer in teenagers, ages 15 to 19. For more information on each type, select a name below.

I found many organizations that support Childhood Cancer.  American Childhood Cancer Association is doing a Light Up the Holidays Gold Ribbon Campaign.  Click Here to get more information.
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