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A day on the pediatric oncology ward can sometimes be quite long and monotonous at that. The time doesn't want to pass, or there are unpleasant examinations to be done.
A world collapses for them when families learn of the child's diagnosis. The psychosocial stress on the entire family is severe and far-reaching.
Sports accelerate the healing process and activate the body's self-healing powers. In addition, exercise is fun. Since 2019, sports therapist Torge Wittke has been challenging the children and young people on the ward three times a week.
It is scientifically proven that cheerfulness strengthens the immune system, relieves pain and strengthens the heart and circulation.
Every Monday at 2:00 p.m., a Parents' Café is held for concerned parents at the University Hospital.
Since 2013, the association has been offering the courage pearls project at the pediatric oncology department. All patients, big and small, receive a pearl for their bravery for every examination, injection or chemotherapy.