- Around 43 children (ages 0-19) per day will be diagnosed with cancer.
- The 5-year survival rate for pediatric cancer is around 84%.
- Leukemia is the most common pediatric cancer type, accounting for around 30%.
- Brain and central nervous system (CNS) tumors are the next most common, making up around 26% of pediatric cancers.
- Pediatric cancer is considered rare. However, it is the second leading cause of death for children under the age of 15.
- There are almost 200 active pediatric cancer clinical trials in the U.S. right now. Each one is trying to develop new, tailored approach for treating or detecting these devastating diseases.
- Survival rates are increasing! The 5-year survival rate of around 58% in the 1970s is now around 84% and steadily improving.
- Recent campaigns are focused on improving knowledge of the signs and symptoms of pediatric cancer so earlier detection is possible!
Free Matching to Cancer Clinical Trials
- Your match report contains a detailed list of cervical cancer clinical trials that you may be eligible to enroll in to receive unique and nonconventional treatment. Standard treatment is not the only option.
- A patient advocate will review your report with you to answer any questions or concerns you may have and assist with enrollment if you decide to move forward with a trial.
- There’s no need to travel to a clinical trial site until the enrollment process is complete.
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