About Childhood ALL
Because of new and better therapies, cancer survival rates for children have improved dramatically during the last several decades. Scientists continue to search for the causes of childhood leukemia so they can develop better treatments with less toxic side effects.
- To access information about coping with childhood cancer, click here.
- Click here for childhood ALL statistics.
Download or order a copy of the workbook which provides information, resources and worksheets to use throughout your child's cancer journey. Call an Information Specialist at 800.955.4572 to order a copy.
Source: Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) in Children and Teens Reviewed by Sarah K. Tasian, MD.
- Download or order LLS's free booklets:
- Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) in Children and Teens
- Learning and Living with Cancer: Advocating for Your Child's Educational Needs
- Download lists of suggested questions to ask your healthcare providers about treatment options
- About Childhood Blood Cancer
- Long-Term And Late Effects Of Treatment For Childhood Cancer Survivors
- Follow-Up Care for Childhood Cancer Survivors