Skin cancer in children

Normal moles look like small, dark spots that are about the size of a pencil eraser.

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When a sibling has cancer

There are many ways to support siblings as they adjust to having a brother or sister with cancer.

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Q&A: Why does my child need the HPV vaccine?

The HPV vaccine, also known by the brand name Gardasil 9, helps protect against certain types of HPV that can lead to cancer.

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When your child’s friend has cancer

Young children, who may be struggling just to understand their friend’s illness, may not know how best to support their friend and will need your guidance.

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Hidden health hazards: Asbestos in kids’ products

Asbestos has also made its way into children’s products such as crayons, makeup and molding clay. Be aware of what’s in the toys and products you buy.