Neuroblastoma is a rare cancer that affects children, mostly under the age of 5 years old. It usually starts in the tummy (abdomen) area.
Neuroblastoma often starts in the tummy (abdomen), commonly in the adrenal glands or the nerve tissue at the back of the abdomen.
Your guide to the different types of treatment your child might have for neuroblastoma.
Treatment for neuroblastoma depends on the stage and whether there is a low, medium or high risk of the cancer coming back after treatment.
Find out how researchers are looking at improving the diagnosis and treatment of neuroblastoma.
Get information on organisations and resources that can help you and your family cope with a diagnosis of neuroblastoma.