The Late Effects of Childhood Cancer
March 02, 2015
“The [cancer] therapies that we use in children in order to cure them, especially very young children, can have a significant impact upon their health during childhood, adolescence and adulthood,” Lisa Diller, MD, tells Radio Health, which airs on almost 500 stations across the country. “The diseases that we see in long-term survivors of childhood cancer are diseases of great concern that require screening and sometimes intervention to prevent them.”
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