Australian Hospital Sites
Centre for Children’s Cancer & Blood Disorders, Sydney Children’s Hospital (our Randwick apartment)

Acute Myeloid Leukaemia
National Cancer Institute (USA)
NCI (USA) Childhood AML page
NCI Young People with Cancer: A Handbook for Parents (recommended reading!!)
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (USA)
Medline Plus (USA) Childhood Leukaemia page
Curesearch (USA)
and their very good handbook (contains useful information on clinical trials)

Bone Marrow / Stem Cell Transplant sites
National Cancer Institute (USA)
Blood & Marrow Transplant Information Network (USA / Canada)
American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantations (heavy going medical info)

Cancer support organisations

The Cancer Council (get ‘em to send you out a pack of info – its really good)
The Leukaemia Foundation (great information, but apparently don’t donate so much to Sydney Children’s Hospital)

Australian Medical Research sites
Children’s Cancer Institute

Medical Research Journals sites
(Sites to hit and read until you convince yourself that you don’t need to do it anymore)
Biology of Blood and Marrow Transplantation
Oxford journals – Annals of Oncology
Journal of Clinical Oncology
Journal of Paediatric Haematology/ Oncology Click here
ACOR Leukaemia links
Pediatric Linx
US Food and Drug Administration Oncology Tools site
And for all the other journals (no really)
Oncology Journals a guide to internet resources for cancer

Children’s Cancer support organizations (we just love these guys!)
Redkite (these are the folk that pay for the play therapists and social workers in the Sydney Children’s Hospital)
Camp Quality
Starlight Children’s Foundation
Make a Wish Foundation

For kids
The Adventures of Captain Chemo & chemo command (Highly recommended)
Our very own auntie (games to play online although you will have to download obscure plug-ins)
Children’s BBC (UK)
Discovery Channel (Aidan loves the dragon puzzles)
Bob the Builder
PBS Kids (games site takes a while to see around)
National Geographic for kids

Other kids websites
Hamish McNalley’s View & Spew page

and adult ones
Goran’s Leukaemia website (his experience with septic shock is a useful lesson)