Hospital program helps child cancer patients, parents cope

One Cincinnati hospital is implementing a "passport" program that helps child cancer patients and their families deal with the illness and treatment. The program tailors information to children and provides them with journals in which to record their feelings. The program also helps parents keep track of appointments and medications.

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