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Cancer and the Family
Childhood and Young Adult CancerWhen a child is diagnosed with cancer, the journey that lies ahead can seem overwhelming. Issues related to childhood cancer survivorship differ from those of adults. Certainly, there are challenges during the treatment phase. Additionally, as more and more pediatric cancer patients live beyond five and ten years, these cancer survivors are displaying symptoms of what has come to be called late effects.
Childhood cancer survivors cope with long-term effects of treatment
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Addressing long-term side effects of cancer in the classroom
Researchers believe some children treated for cancer are at risk for long-term cognitive side effects; know what to look for.