In this section there is information about cancers and disorders that develop in children. This includes a general page about children’s cancers. Cancer in children is rare.
If you can’t find information here about the cancer type you are looking for, use the search box to check for information elsewhere on the website. You may also find information within the cancer types section.
- Children’s cancers
- Acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) in children
- Eye - retinoblastoma
- T-cell lymphoma in children
- Wilm’s tumour
Rare blood disorders in children that aren't cancers but the treatment may be similar
You can information about the cancers below in the cancer types section
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