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Temporal Changes in Later Cancers Among Childhood Cancer Survivors

20:00 EDT 19 Jun 2017 | JAMA

To the Editor Dr Turcotte and colleagues found that cumulative incidence rates of subsequent malignancies at 15 years after initial childhood cancer diagnosis were lower among survivors treated in more recent treatment eras and that lower risk was associated with reduced therapeutic radiation dose.

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