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Through our testimonials, you can watch video interviews and read about the personal experience of others, as well as comment, add information or share your own experience with others. This is where parents can find and offer support from and to other parents, dealing with the same rare cancer.
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Occasionally, when families find that the best doctor for their specific circumstances is abroad, they may relocate in order to offer their child the best chance at winning this thing; and that’s when we leverage our network of local communities, assisting our families with a ‘soft landing pad’ support.
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