Still Standing Together
Find hope through one family’s story of resilience in the face of neuroblastoma.
Whether you're a parent, caregiver, or child, coping with childhood cancer can be overwhelming. Watch as a panel of patients, parents, and an expert mental health clinician have an open conversation about their individual journeys with childhood cancer, the psychological effects, as well as tips and coping mechanisms they learned along the way.
every step of the way
From diagnosis to treatment and beyond, here you’ll find the information you need to help guide you and your child along their treatment journey.
When your child is newly diagnosed with cancer, it’s normal to be concerned and have a lot of questions. Learn about your child’s diagnosis, your role as the caregiver, and what to expect with treatment.
You and your child may have a lot of emotions about completing treatment and questions about what comes next. And that’s okay. Here you’ll find information to help you prepare for what comes after treatment has ended.
Resources and Support
When your child is diagnosed with neuroblastoma, it can feel overwhelming. Here you’ll find resources to help support you, your family, and your loved ones.
As part of the Braving Neuroblastoma initiative supporting families touched by neuroblastoma, former NFL player Devon Still and his daughter Leah, a pediatric high-risk neuroblastoma survivor, share their experiences.
Committed to supporting you
United Therapeutics Oncology is dedicated to the care of children with neuroblastoma. We are honored to serve this brave community and are committed to providing comprehensive care to the families and caregivers touched by this childhood cancer.