Fig A:  This illustration indicates the wide variety of disorders that pediatric cancer survivors can face as they reach adult-hood. Some emerge during treatment, others may take years to appear. Overall, 90 percent of cancer survivors will develop some form of chronic health condition by age 45.

Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology

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Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancers Require Long-Term Monitoring, Screening, Prevention and Therapeutic Care

With cure rates for some pediatric cancers reaching 80 percent, healthcare providers face a growing challenge: how to provide appropriate monitoring and care of long-term cancer survivors.

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