Long Term Effects of Childhood Malignancies
Current antineoplastic approaches often include intense multimodality therapies which are resulting in improved survival. However, these treatments have the potential for creating a variety of physiologic adverse late effects which may result in late morbidity and for which careful surveillance is needed for early detection and appropriate treatment. Young children appear to be especially vulnerable to such late effects.
Long-term Effects of Treatment for Malignant Diseases During Childhood
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