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Chronic illnesses - Children's Cancer
Chronic illnesses - Children's Cancer
Chronic illnesses - Children's Cancer
Chronic illnesses - Children's Cancer
Chronic illnesses - Children's Cancer
Chronic illnesses - Children's Cancer
Chronic illnesses - Children's Cancer
Chronic illnesses - Children's Cancer
Chronic illnesses - Children's Cancer
Chronic illnesses - Children's Cancer
Chronic illnesses - Children's Cancer
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Chronic illnesses - Children's Cancer

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A Slideshow in Children's Cancer

A Slideshow in Children's Cancer

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  • 1. Children’s Cancer Chelsea Cadavid EDU 153 – NSBY1
  • 2. * A chronic illness is a disease that has a prolonged course, does not resolve spontaneously, and rarely is completely cured. * Types Include: * Asthma * Sickle Cell Anemia * Diabetes * Cystic fibrosis * * Cancer Spina Bifida * AIDS
  • 3. Isaiah Habib (right), then 7 years old, comforts his brother, Samuel, then 4, in the intensive care unit at the Children's Hospital at Dartmouth. (Habib, Dan)
  • 4. Children * Frequent Doctor and Hospital Visits * Treatments Are Scary and Painful * Hospital Stays Are Scary and Lonely Parents and Families * Causes Stress and Pain to See Their Child That Way * Illness and Treatments Are Time Consuming and Costly *
  • 5. * Encourage Their Child to Live as Normally as Possible * Be Open About Treatments, Illness, and Pain * Let the Child Have Input in Treatments and Decisions * (Circle of Moms Editors)
  • 6. * Parents Should Take Care of Themselves * Ask Support from Others Such as Friends or Family * Take a Break and Take Time for Themselves * Keep Up with Family Routines *
  • 7. Cancer is a disease in which the body’s cells grow abnormally (Norton, Amy) *
  • 8. *No One Cause *Often Unknown *
  • 9. * Leukemia * Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) * Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) * Lymphoma * Hodgkin Disease *
  • 10. *Chemotherapy *Radiation Therapy *Side Effects (Phoenix, Arizona) *
  • 11. "About Childhood Cancer." Children's Cancer Research Fund. Children's Cancer Research Fund, n.d. Web. 30 Nov. 2013. "Chronic Childhood Illness – Managing the Emotional Impact." Parenting and Child Health Health Topics -. Women's and Children's Health Network, n.d. Web. 29 Nov. 2013. Circle of Moms Editors. N.d. Photograph. Popsugar Moms. Popsugar.com. Web. 01 Dec. 2013. "Difference between AML and ALL." Difference between AML and ALL. DifferenceBetween.Info, n.d. Web. 30 Nov. 2013. Habib, Dan. 2009. Photograph. Children's Hospital at Dartmouth. Dartmouth Medicine Magazine. Dartmouth University. Web. 01 Dec. 2013. N.d. Photograph. Phoenix, Arizona. Stage Mom. WordPress.Com, 08 Apr. 2011. Web. 01 Dec. 2013. Norton, Amy. N.d. Photograph. Shutterstock. Parent 24. Web. 01 Dec. 2013. "Types of Children's Cancer." CureSearch.Org. CureSearch for Childrens' Cancer. Web. 23 Nov 2013.

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