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Children with cancer have unmet basic needs


Almost a third of the families with children diagnosed with pediatric cancer faced housing, energy, or food insecurity while their children were in treatment at Dana-Farber/Boston Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Center, according to a new study from the center. The same study, published in Wednesday in Pediatric Blood & Cancer, found that one-quarter of the families lost more than 40 percent of their household income.

[Dialynn Dwyer - Boston.com, 23 September 2015.]


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