The FDA and Childhood Cancer -- the Change That Has to Come -- Piece No. II
Being sent to an emergency room to have a CT scan performed on your two-year-old child is frightening. Being brought into a small cramped room on a pediatric oncology ward and told your child has six to nine months to live is life-altering and devastating. Finding out that there are no viable treatments for your child and then learning about the process of engaging in a clinical trial is overwhelming. Welcome to the world of childhood cancer.
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