My name is Cameron Walker and I am currently a senior in high school taking an anatomy course. Although I do not have neuroblastoma or ever had anyone close to me have to suffer with this disease, I am very interested in learning more about the disease and its profound affects on not only the lives of those directly affected, but the families as well. Because neuroblastoma primarily affects young children and toddlers, I am very interested in hearing stories from family members or survivors of this disease in order to spread awareness. If anyone is willing, would you mind answering the following questions? How was it to first hear that either you/ or your loved one had been diagnosed with neuroblastoma? Was it hard to tell the rest of your family? What was the response from your friends and community? What was the hardest part about the entire process, from diagnosis to treatment? If you could go back and do anything differently, what would it be? Any response would be extremely helpful. Thank you all so much!