Children who are having treatment for cancer usually have a central line lots of kids call this a wiggly. A wiggly is a tube, usually with two clips on the end, which passes into the chest and is used to give medicines and to take blood, it becomes a child’s best friend as it means an end to needles.
Children usually wear a special 'wiggly bag' to protect their wigglies & keep them tucked away.
If your child is on chemo & you would like some wiggly bags, please click the link below.
Also, if you would like to help by making wiggly bags you can click the link too.