cancer

Until recently, no new drugs to treat children with cancer had been developed for several decades. This was because child cancer is rare and there was no incentive for big drug companies to spend money on producing new drugs specifically for cancer in children.

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You may hear one of these nurses called a "POONS". That's because their proper title – Paediatric Oncology Outreach Nurse Specialist – is a bit of a mouthful.

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If your GP or a children's doctor thinks you might have cancer, you'll come to the Oncology Department at Birmingham Children's Hospital where specialist cancer doctors and nurses will find out if you have the illness and, if so, what type it is.

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