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If neuroblastoma spreads
Cancer cells can spread from immature nerve cells (called neuroblasts) to other parts of the body. This spread is called metastasis.
Understanding how a type of cancer usually grows and spreads helps your child’s healthcare team plan treatment and future care. If neuroblastoma spreads, it can spread to the following:
- lymph nodes
- bone, including bones of the eye socket (called the periorbital bones)
- bone marrow
- brain and spinal cord (called the central nervous system, or CNS)
Reducing the burden of cancer
Canadians can help CCS fund the best research and support people living with cancer by donating and volunteering.