Advice for Adults with Cancer from a Five-Year-Old Childhood Cancer Survivor
by Nicole Scobie and Elliot
My son Elliot was only four and a half years old when he was diagnosed with stage IV Wilms tumor, and now, at age five, he is in remission. Here is his advice for adults with cancer.
What Kind of Survivor Do I Want to Be?
by Louise Shelby
When I reached adulthood after surviving childhood cancer, I had to deal with many of the long-term effects of my treatment. There was always another conundrum that couldn’t be solved. At times, it was overwhelming to know that so much was wrong with me. I talked to other survivors who felt the same way. Some were full of anger; others had become mired in the anguish of their cancer situation.