Our greatest wish here at Little Fighters Cancer Trust is that we can do as much as possible to help those families where there is a child with cancer in the household. To this end we try to offer as much help as possible in whichever way possible.
Part of dealing with cancer is also having some reading material and resources where one can read up about the illness that one’s child has been newly diagnosed with and knowing where to go to find out more information.
Our idea with this page is to give you links to information about cancer, hospitals, new research, different therapies, alternate and mainline cures, and whatever else we can find or receive requests for.
It is going to take a while to build up all the resources, but every journey starts with the first step, so here goes…
Please do not hesitate to Contact Us if there is something that you feel would help you or other little fighters or their families through their long fight with cancer.
This page will be growing more and more as we go along, and will probably change quite a bit over time as we get new information and more resources, so please continue to visit it to see what is new.
|Medical Procedures & Tests Glossary
Information about the different tests and procedures that your child may have to have to diagnose their Cancer
|Side Effects of Chemotherapy
Possible side-effects that your child may face as a result of Chemotherapy Treatment for their Cancer
|Side Effects of Radiation Therapy
Possible side-effects that your child may face as a result of Radiation Therapy Treatment for their Cancer
|Brain Tumour Glossary
Various terms that are used with regards to Brain Cancer (Tumours) that it is important to know
| Preparing for your Child’s Death
Some valuable tips on how to prepare yourself and your family when your child is dying of cancer
|South African Children’s Study Cancer Group (SACCSG)
SACCSG provides Practitioners and Parents with information in respect of Children’s Cancer.
| CancerPort KIDS
CancerPortKIDS is a single web location with access to a full spectrum of information about childhood cancer.
It is a simple, easily accessible, non-aligned resource that brings you everything you might need to know about, during your child’s journey or lifetime with cancer – one port of call.
|Childhood Cancer International
CCI is the largest patient support organization for childhood cancer. It is a global, parent-driven non-profit that represents 181 parent organizations, childhood cancer survivor associations, childhood cancer support groups, and cancer societies, in 90 countries, across 5 continents.
| The American Cancer Society
For over 100 years, the American Cancer Society (ACS) has worked relentlessly to save lives and create a world with less cancer. Together with millions of our supporters worldwide, we help people stay well and get well, find cures, and fight back against cancer.
|Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Since its founding in 1947, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, Massachusetts has been committed to providing adults and children with cancer with the best treatment available today while developing tomorrow’s cures through cutting-edge research.