Our childhood cancer publications and community resources help inform and educate families, patients, survivors, caregivers, healthcare professionals and others impacted by pediatric cancer.
Can I Catch Cancer?
When making school visits, POGO Interlink Nurses field a wide range of questions about what happens when a classmate gets cancer. Find out what kids want to know. Download Can I Catch Cancer?
Children’s Oncology Group (COG) Guidelines for Survivors of Childhood Cancer
These guidelines are based on strong evidence from clinical trials and the collective opinions of many experts in the field of childhood cancer survivorship. The guidelines are for guidance only. If you have questions, please contact your local POGO AfterCare Clinic. View the COG Guidelines.
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Childhood Cancer Resource Guide
POGO’s Childhood Cancer Resource Guide is a directory of just over 60 services across Ontario that support children with cancer, survivors of childhood cancer, and their families and caregivers. The Resource Guide provides a great deal of information about each organization listed including eligibility requirements, whether a referral is needed, how to apply for a service, hours of operation and more.
POGO’s Resource Guide does not render medical or professional advice. It is offered for informational purposes only. Your health care team remains the most important source of health-specific advice and information about the suitability of the services and organizations listed here. Listing in this resource guide does not mean endorsement.
Submit/Update a Listing
Information about pediatric oncology services changes frequently, as does the range of services available. To submit a new listing or update an existing listing, email firstname.lastname@example.org.