In my recent exploration on the subject of neuroblastoma, I've come to understand the paramount importance of mental health support for patients and their families. The emotional toll that this aggressive childhood cancer can take is immense, and it's evident that psychological care plays a key role in the overall treatment process. Families are often thrown into an unfamiliar world of medical terms and procedures, increasing their stress and anxiety levels. Mental health professionals can provide coping strategies and tools to help navigate this difficult journey. It's clear to me now that mental health support is not optional, but essential, in the fight against neuroblastoma.