According to CanTeen, neuroblastoma is the most common type of solid tumour in children. It is normally found in the adrenal glands of the kidney, but can develop in the nerve tissues of the neck, chest, abdomen or pelvis.
Cancer Research UK says neuroblastoma is a rare cancer that usually affects children under five.
- Living with neuroblastoma – Practical information for during treatment – Neuroblastoma Australia: Advice and tips drawn from the experiences of families.
- Neuroblastoma staging – Cancer Australia: A factsheet on staging, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and support.
- Neuroblastoma – Dr Geoff McCowage: Podcast about diagnosis and staging.
- Two transplants for neuroblastoma? – Dr Geoff McCowage: Podcast about using bone marrow transplants as treatment.
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