British Scientists Have Reported That Children Cured Of Childhood Cancer Have A High Risk Of Premature Death. Part 3 of 3

British Scientists Have Reported That Children Cured Of Childhood Cancer Have A High Risk Of Premature Death – Part 3 of 3

However, Lichtenfeld concurs that a key problem is that many of these cancer survivors do not get even-sided follow-up and screening for cancer and other diseases as they get older. “The children are well-followed when they are young adults, but as they get older, they tend to do what other people do. They overcome their disease and they are departed to follow-up”.

Lichtenfeld also noted that today treatments are less toxic and more targeted than they used to be. So these newer treatments may have fewer long-term adverse consequences. “The side effect of our success is the sect effects of the treatment themselves your domain name. Patients and physicians must be vigilant to know what the long-term effects of these treatments may be”.

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3 Responses to British Scientists Have Reported That Children Cured Of Childhood Cancer Have A High Risk Of Premature Death. Part 3 of 3

  1. Pingback: British Scientists Have Reported That Children Cured Of Childhood Cancer Have A High Risk Of Premature Death. Part 1 of 3 | Paul Winkler MD

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  3. MatthewPaul says:

    I’m able to at this moment look ahead to my future.

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