“Parents, often mothers, have a tendency to blame themselves when their children are diagnosed with cancer. They would ask themselves, ‘What did I do wrong?’ or think they didn’t care for themselves properly when they were pregnant with their children.”—Prof. Loyda Cajucom (Photo by Misael Bacani, UP MPRO)

“Parents, often mothers, have a tendency to blame themselves when their children are diagnosed with cancer. They would ask themselves, ‘What did I do wrong?’ or think they didn’t care for themselves properly when they were pregnant with their children.”—Prof. Loyda Cajucom (Photo by Misael Bacani, UP MPRO)