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ChildrenIf your mom or step-mom has breast cancer, it's normal to be scared for them. It's also frustrating, because you want to help but there's nothing you can do. Or is there? The most important thing you can do is let them know how much you care! But there are other things you can do, too. We talked to some moms who have had breast cancer about the things that kids and teens can do to help. It turns out there are lots of things you can do to help while they concentrate on getting well. We also have some suggestions, like what to say if your friends ask questions about your mom's illness.

Read "What's Going On With Mom" for all of this info.