Undifferentiated Sarcoma

July is International Sarcoma Awareness month, and as such we recently did a post about the most common Childhood Cancer Sarcomas (there is in excess of 50 types of sarcomas). In response to a reader who queried why nothing was mentioned about Undifferentiated Sarcoma, however, I promised to do some research and a post about […]

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Speak up for Childhood Cancer!

What are YOU doing to speak up for Childhood Cancer Awareness? There is far too little awareness being raised for childhood cancer, especially in South Africa. Here at Little Fighters Cancer Trust we aim to change this as we assist children with cancer and their families deal with all the trauma and expense of childhood […]

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Cancer Patients Undergoing Treatment are High Risk for Infections

The immune system is an intricate combination of various organs distributed throughout the body. It helps the body to protect itself against invasion by germs, diseases and infections (see pic above). When a germ enters the body, the white blood cells (lymphocytes) are triggered to attack it. White blood cells constantly move throughout the body […]

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