In India, approximately 50,000 new cases of Childhood Cancer are reported annually.


The incidence of childhood cancer in India has been increasing rapidly. Many childhood cancer cases result from DNA alterations occurring either early in life or even before birth. These factors are beyond your control. It's crucial to monitor for any unusual symptoms like persistent fever, unexplained weight loss, palpable mass or lump, changes in balance or coordination, frequent infections, swelling or enlargement of body parts, etc., and promptly seek medical assistance from a cancer specialist. #ChildhoodCancerAwarenessDay