Published in Cancer Weekly, September 19th, 2006
According to recent research published in the journal Pediatric Blood & Cancer, "Advances made in treatment of a childhood brain cancer have extended the lives of many children and adolescents. Treatment success, however, brings the opportunity to assess late effects; most worrying among these are SMN. Even though the cumulative incidence is quite small, long-term follow-up is required because treatment-induced cancers can occur years after initial...
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