Childhood cancer is relatively rare. It affects only about 14 of every 100,000 children in the United States each year. Among all age groups, the most common childhood cancers are of the bone marrow (leukemia), the lymphatic tissues (lymphoma), and the brain.
From Good Kids, Bad Habits: The RealAge Guide to Raising Healthy Children by Jennifer Trachtenberg.
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