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Survivorship

Despite evolution of treatments and substantial improvements in survival, the self-reported health status among adult survivors of childhood cancers has not improved over 3 decades.

Cancer survivors in the United States were taking medications to treat depression and anxiety at almost twice the rate of the general population between 2010 and 2013.

Survivors of childhood cancers are at significantly increased risk of cardiotoxicity if treated with anthracyclines, according to a new review of the literature.

In this interview we discuss follow-up care and screening for second primary cancers in cancer survivors.

A new study showed that as cancer survivors age, they have greater declines in certain physical health conditions, as well as an increased risk for depression.

Women who were treated with chemotherapy for a childhood cancer still had a good chance of becoming pregnant later in life, according to the results of a new analysis.

Almost 29% of all cancer survivors in the United States have been burdened with financial issues as a result of their diagnosis and treatment.

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