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Cancer, the big bad wolf, is scary especially for children.

What’s even scarier?

A misguided taboo surrounded by a lack of awareness of this big scary disease.
Most parents are clueless about the symptoms, not knowing that early detection is vital to prevention.

Which is why Nursery Signs exists, a series of re-written nursery rhymes designed to educate adults and children about the basic symptoms of childhood cancer in the most friendly and effortless manner possible.

Through Nursery Signs, we hope to unmask the fear and taboo associated with cancer and save lives in the process.

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Young MacDonald had a headache,
Ee Ouch, Ee Ouch, Ohhh.

And his skin was pale and bruised.
Ee Ouch, Ee Ouch, Ohhh.

With an ouch-ouch here.
And a bruise-bruise there.

Here an ouch, there a bruise.
Everywhere an ouch bruise.

If the pain won’t go away
See your doc today.

Mary had a little lump
Little lump, little lump.
Mary had a little lump
That didn’t hurt at all.

Suddenly her eyes would hurt.
Eyes would hurt.
Eyes would hurt.
Suddenly her eyes would hurt.
Mary felt afraid.

Mommy take her to the doc
To the doc,
to the doc,
Mommy take her to the doc
If her symptoms stay.

Twinkle Twinkle Little Swell.
How I wonder,
what you are.

Check the neck legs and tummy.
If there’s swelling tell mummy.

Twinkle Twinkle Little Swell.
If you stay the doc I’ll tell.

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