child laughing with father cancer

শিশুদের ক্যানসার নিয়ে প্রচলিত ভুল ধারণা ও সঠিক তথ্য

Myth 1: Childhood cancer is rare.
Fact: Childhood cancer is not as rare as people think. In fact, it is the leading cause of death from disease in children in the United States.

Myth 2: Childhood cancer is always fatal.
Fact: While childhood cancer can be deadly, more than 80% of children diagnosed with cancer in developed countries survive at least 5 years after their diagnosis.

Myth 3: Childhood cancer is contagious.
Fact: Childhood cancer is not contagious and cannot be spread from one person to another.

Myth 4: Childhood cancer is caused by exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs).
Fact: While EMFs are a potential health concern, there is no scientific evidence that links them to childhood cancer.

Myth 5: Childhood cancer is caused by vaccines.
Fact: There is no evidence to support the claim that vaccines cause childhood cancer.

Myth 6: Childhood cancer can be prevented.
Fact: There is no known way to prevent childhood cancer.

Myth 7: Childhood cancer only affects boys.
Fact: Childhood cancer affects both boys and girls.

Myth 8: Childhood cancer is always painful.
Fact: While some treatments for childhood cancer can cause pain, not all children with cancer experience pain.

Myth 9: Childhood cancer is always treated with chemotherapy.
Fact: Childhood cancer can be treated with a variety of therapies, including surgery, radiation, immunotherapy, and targeted therapies, in addition to chemotherapy.

Myth 10: Childhood cancer only affects young children.
Fact: Childhood cancer can affect children of all ages, from infants to teenagers.

Myth 11: Childhood cancer is always found early.
Fact: Childhood cancer can be difficult to diagnose because symptoms can be vague and non-specific.

Myth 12: Childhood cancer is caused by bad luck or fate.
Fact: While the causes of childhood cancer are not well understood, they are likely a combination of genetic and environmental factors.

Myth 13: Childhood cancer is always treated in hospitals.
Fact: Childhood cancer treatment can sometimes be done on an outpatient basis, depending on the type and stage of cancer.

Myth 14: Childhood cancer survivors always return to normal after treatment.
Fact: Childhood cancer survivors may face long-term health issues related to their treatment, including secondary cancers and other health problems.

Myth 15: Childhood cancer survivors can never have children.
Fact: Childhood cancer survivors may be at risk for infertility, but many are able to have children later in life.

Myth 16: Childhood cancer survivors always have psychological problems.
Fact: While childhood cancer survivors may experience psychological issues related to their treatment, not all do.

Myth 17: Childhood cancer is not as important as adult cancer.
Fact: Childhood cancer is just as important as adult cancer and deserves the same attention and funding.

Myth 18: Childhood cancer research is well-funded.
Fact: Childhood cancer research is not as well-funded as adult cancer research.

Myth 19: Childhood cancer survivors always look sickly.
Fact: Childhood cancer survivors can look and feel healthy after treatment.

Myth 20: Childhood cancer is always a death sentence.
Fact: Childhood cancer is not always fatal, and many children with cancer can be cured with the right treatment.

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