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Adults who survived childhood cancer return to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to celebrate victory over disease and mark the After Completion of Therapy (ACT) Clinic’s 25th anniversary.
Even though women treated for childhood cancers with chest radiation suffer a high risk of breast cancer, they are far less likely to begin recommended early mammogram screening than they should, researchers found.
Largest study to date shows adults diagnosed and treated 1970 - 1986 at increased risk for complications of their cancer and its treatment, compared to siblings.
The appointment of three nationally renowned investigators to major faculty positions will significantly bolster research aimed at increasing survival rates of children with cancer while reducing treatment toxicity.