Cancer in children

Although uncommon in children under 15 years, cancer is the second most common cause of death in this age group. The most common cancers (in order) are leukaemias, especially acute lymphocytic leukaemia (34%), brain tumours especially astrocytoma (20%), lymphomas especially non-Hodgkin's

(13%), neuroblastoma, Wilms' tumour, soft tissue tumours especially rhabdomyosarcoma and bone tumours.

Survival has improved dramatically in recent decades, indicating the value of early diagnosis and referral for expert treatment.

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