Every year, more than 150,000 children around the world are diagnosed with cancer. Nineteen-year-old Katharina Pohlenz is one of those struggling with the disease. For seven years now, the fight to recover has dominated her life.
Brain tumors are the second-most common kind of cancer in children. While other kids can look forward to carefree childhood, kids diagnosed with cancer face a long road to recovery ahead.
A new WHO study has shown the partial or complete interruption of health services for people with non-communicative diseases. The countries surveyed showed a 49% slash in diabetes care and a 42% cut in cancer care.
One in four teens in Europe has mental health troubles, a new study from the WHO has revealed. Feelings of pressure due to school work have gone up in a third of European countries.
A drug shown to lower mortality rates among seriously ill COVID-19 patients in Britain is being hailed as a "breakthrough" by the World Health Organization. However, further research must be done.
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