One in five parents have left children in dark about cancer diagnosis, research finds
An estimated 6.2 million parents in the UK have delayed telling their child when a family member of friend is diagnosed with cancer - more than a third of these parents waited until treatment was underway or finished - research by Bupa UK has revealed. According to the survey of 2000 adults (1279 were parents), the main reason was because they did not want to worry their children, with one in seven parents (14%) saying that they would be worried about the impact that their cancer diagnosis would...
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