Finding out your child has cancer is one of the worst things any parent can face. But dealing with the aftermath can be almost as difficult. A new report shows many survivors of childhood cancer are feeling left out when they go back to school.
Children's cancer charity CLIC Sargent which published the research says schools need to play a bigger role in helping children return to the classroom.
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