”But you don't look sick?”
All of these children have cancer in their bodies and you would never know because cancer doesn't have a ”look”. Someone may look healthy when they are actually fighting for their life. Just because a child or teen has hair does not mean they don't have cancer. Someone could be going through chemo and not have hair loss, not all chemos cause hair loss. Just because someone doesn't look sick and they look happy and they still do sports or activities it doesn't mean they are any less sick. Cancer is an awful disease, not a physical appearance. Every child and teen with cancer hair or no hair, able to play sports or unable to, go to school, or not go to school should still be treated with the same respect, compassion, and seriousness of someone who ”looks sick”.
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Hello everyone! It’s Lindsey Pacios, the Founder and President of Team Cure. I started this blog to post some of my favorite articles I have written originally on Instagram onto our website! We also have some unique content on here you can’t find on our social media accounts. I hope you learn and get something out of this blog! Remember to go gold and share the facts about childhood cancer. Awareness leads to funding and that leads to a cure.
- Lindsey Pacios
Founder and President of Team Cure