These pages are for parents or carers of children with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL), and for people who know a child with ALL.
Being told that a loved one has any type of cancer can be one of the hardest things you’ll ever have to hear. There’s sure to be a lot of information to take in.
We hope these pages will help you to understand your child’s condition and feel a little bit more in control. We’ll answer as many of the questions you may have along the way as we can – from symptoms through to tests, treatment and living with ALL, and where you can get support.
Every child is different, with a different medical history. So when you’re deciding what’s right for your child, discuss your situation with your specialist as well as getting information from this website and other places.