Advancing cancer care for 12-24 year olds





“The health consequences of cancer treatment are relevant for many years beyond cure. In one large retrospective cohort study, at 25 years after their diagnosis, 66% of adult survivors of child and adolescent cancers (up to 21 years of age at diagnosis) were shown to have at least one chronic health condition; 33% had a chronic health condition classified as severe or life threatening.”

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