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When a Patient with Cancer
is a Parent

by Paula Rauch, MD

Every medical provider and mental health clinician who cares for adults needs to know how to guide parents in the essential ways to support the well-being of their children through the challenges of facing cancer. Approximately three million US children and teens live with a parent facing a cancer diagnosis, treatment, survivorship and sometimes untimely death.

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