Helping kids cope when a parent has cancer When Ashma Moosa received her breast cancer diagnosis, she and her husband decided they would use it as an opportunity to parent their kids in a way that would make them stronger. More than five years later, she sees the results and couldn’t be prouder of her teenage son, Isa, and her daughter, who is studying to become a doctor. Get parenting advice to help your kids and teens cope with a parent’s cancer diagnosis: Request an appointment at MD Anderson: #endcancer
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