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Be Childhood Cancer Aware

Cancer Awareness
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  • Author: annemariekennedy

Get to know the signs.

Signs of Childhood Cancer unexplained can be weight loss, headaches, vomiting, persistent pain in bones, joints, back, or legs, unexplained lumps excessive bruising, bleeding, rash, a whitish colour behind the pupil, constant tiredness, noticeable paleness, sudden eye or vision changes, recurrent fevers/ infections of unknown origin.

If you are concerned about any of these signs, a visit to the GP is recommended.

For more information about cancer awareness in children click here.