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IQuestions: Pediatric Cancer

With all of the family distractions, how do I stay focused on my child? How do you discern good information from the bad? University Hospitals pediatric oncologist, Dr. Rachel Egler answers these questions and more for H:

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Pediatric oncologist offers advice, encouragement to parents. Pediatric oncologist, Dr. Rachel Egler says cancer is a mistake of nature and offers advice and encouragement for parents who must navigate the confusing roads of cancer therapy.

Alexa’s life was a gift, a gift cut short by pediatric cancer on November 2, 1986. I am honored and grateful to have had such a magical, loving, dear, sweet child in my life. I miss her, I love her, and I always will.

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