If the worst happened and your child was diagnosed with cancer you would probably want aggressive therapy for the child with hope for a cure, let alone to save your child’s life. In diseases like childhood leukemia these days, the vast majority of the time, aggressive therapy works.
But when it comes to chronic conditions many parents worry if strong medicines are too strong, or too new, and that there could be unforeseen long-term side effects that made the therapy not worth it.
via Weighing the Benefits of Strong Medicines in Children – EmpowHER.com.
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