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Many thoughts have been running through your mind since you were told your child has a brain or spinal cord tumor. What does it mean? Where will you find help? How will you cope?
This Web site is designed to give you the information you need from diagnosis and beyond. It provides you with a general guide to childhood brain and spinal cord tumors, how to live with them, how to cope. The Web site does not offer all the answers, but by using it as a resource you’ll know where and how to ask for help. Remember you are not alone, and there are many people who want to help. Throughout the Web site you will find gray boxes containing quotations from other parents and children who have been through what you are going through.
Talking to other families in your situation may help—there can be great comfort in knowing that you are not alone. You can arrange to meet them by asking your child’s doctor or by contacting us here at the Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation by phone at 888-228-HOPE or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.