References

Cancer information / Cancer types / Childhood cancer information / Helping your child cope

American Cancer Society. (2005, 10/18). Children Diagnosed With Cancer: Dealing With Diagnosis. Atlanta: American Cancer Society, Inc.

Canadian Cancer Society. (2002, October). Young People with Cancer: A Handbook for Parents. (Revised Edition). Toronto, ON: Canadian Cancer Society.

Effects on family when your child has cancer. Cancerbackup. (2005, December). Cancerbackup: Children's Cancers. London, UK: Cancerbackup.

Houtzager, B.A., Grootenhuis, M.A., Hoekstra-Weebers, J.E.H.M., et al. One month after diagnosis: quality of life, coping and previous functioning in siblings of children with cancer. (2005, January). Child: Care, Health & Development. Oxford, England: Blackwell Scientific Publications. 31(1):75-87.

Medical University of South Carolina. (2006). MUSC Children's Hospital: Health Library: Oncology - Coping with the Diagnosis. Charleston, SC: Medical University of South Carolina.

National Childhood Cancer Foundation & Children's Oncology Group. (2004). CureSearch: Newly Diagnosed - Impact on the Family. Bethesda, MD.

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