The information on this Website is not designed to substitute for proper medical advice. Nor is it designed to frighten parents. Rather, we believe that parents have a right to have access to information about the risks and benefits of any cancer treatment administered to their child. It has been our experience that some pediatric oncologists emphasize the benefits of a treatment and spend less time describing the known and potential risks. The information on this Website provides examples of some of the known risks, failures and toxicities of some treatments for some pediatric cancers. The information on this Website is, therefore, neither a balanced nor a comprehensive medical presentation of the treatment of any pediatric cancer and has no role whatsoever in the making of clinical or medical decisions. Do not rely on the information in this site in lieu of consulting a medical doctor, because it is not medical advice.

Furthermore, this site is for informational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of law in any state. The use of this site does not establish an attorney-client relationship in any way. Do not rely on the information in this site in lieu of consulting an attorney, because it is not legal advice. Communication through e-mail or this site is not a secure method of communication. If you send us an e-mail, you will receive a reply, but the sending of e-mail or receipt of a response does not constitute the formation of a contract or create any obligation on the part of the sender or the recipient. A contract of representation can only be created with us after you have signed the standard Power of Attorney and Contingency Fee contract.

Please also be advised that many states have statutes of limitations that require the filing of a lawsuit before a specific period of time has elapsed.

And finally, you may not have a legal right to communicate privileged information about a child’s cancer, diagnosis, or treatment unless you are that child’s parent or legal guardian.