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When the parent of a child with cancer has already experienced a traumatic life event prior to hearing of the child’s cancer diagnosis, he or she is more psychologically vulnerable to the diagnosis, according to a study from Karolinska Institutet.
Title: Child’s Cancer Often Causes Parents Severe Distress: Study Category: Health News Created: 4/2/2013 10:35:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 4/2/2013 12:00:00 AM
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Child’s Cancer Often Causes Parents Severe Distress: Study
Dennis Woltering / Eyewitness News Email: email@example.com | Twitter: @dwoltering A young terminally ill Slidell mother is searching for hope this Easter. Crystal Slaughter is looking for an experimental cancer treatment that could give her hope of surviving long enough to raise her two-year old son. You won’t find a stronger example of a mother’s love for her child than Crystal Slaughter …
Slidell mom hopes for a cure to her aggressive cancer
The last thing someone diagnosed with a serious cancer wants to hear about is politics. It’s bad enough to think that whether or not you will live to see your child graduate from college may depend on your grandmother’s genes, or the cigarettes you smoked before you knew better, or work and living decisions you made before you knew the risks involved.
The Politics of Cancer