- Survey Facts: Participation (Facts 1 through 5)
- Survey Facts: Family History (Facts 6 through 9)
- Survey Facts: At Diagnosis (Facts 10 through 21)
- Survey Facts: Since Diagnosis (Facts 22 through 34)
SURVEY FACT 1:
Over 2,000 families from across the U.S. and other parts of the world have joined My Childhood Cancer: Survey Series and provided information on their child’s diagnosis. See the map below to view participant’s locations when their child was diagnosed with cancer.
SURVEY FACT 2:
Just over one third of participants completed their first survey within 2 years of diagnosis. Another third of participants completed their first survey more than 5 years after diagnosis.
SURVEY FACT 3:
Of the families participating, 1 in 5 has had a child pass away from childhood cancer.
SURVEY FACT 4:
Participants provide information on children at various points following a childhood cancer diagnosis: in treatment, having recently finished treatment, and up to several years after treatment. At 4 years after diagnosis and beyond, only 1 out of 10 children is still in treatment.
SURVEY FACT 5:
More than 20 different childhood cancer diagnoses are represented in My Childhood Cancer: Survey Series with almost two thirds of the participating families having children diagnosed with leukemia (ALL), neuroblastoma or a brain tumor. The 10 most mentioned diagnoses are shown in this table.