Supporting Children With Cancer

Support is important but not only for the child. Dr. Doured Daghistani, Pediatric Oncology with Miami Cancer Institute, says all the family and relatives need it too. He describes at the Miami Cancer Institute they have a team support. This is a multidisciplinary team with doctors, oncologists, nurses, psychiatrist even a pastor support. The oncology support service is important as the medication, surgery and as radiation, he says.

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