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First person profile: Michelle Monje, MD, PhD: Her research on how normal brain functions contribute to pediatric brain tumors may help physicians fight a lethal childhood cancer.


Growth Disturbances in Childhood Cancer Survivors.

Survival from childhood cancer has improved dramatically over the last few decades, resulting in an increased need to address the long-term follow-up and care of childhood cancer survivors. Appropriate linear growth is an important measure of health, with alterations of growth in children and short adult height in those who have completed growth serving as potential indicators of the sequelae of the underlying diagnosis or the cancer treatments. It is therefore critical that clinicians, particularly endocri...

Impact of exercise on psychological burden in adult survivors of childhood cancer: A report from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study.

Childhood cancer survivors are at risk for adverse psychological outcomes. Whether exercise can attenuate this risk is unknown.


Adaption strategies used by siblings to childhood cancer patients.

Siblings of childhood cancer patients experience social challenges. The results presented in this article are part of a larger qualitative study aiming to generate empirical knowledge about social consequences of childhood cancer from the family's perspective.

Late-onset anorectal disease and psychosocial impact in survivors of childhood cancer: A report from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study.

The prevalence and associated psychosocial morbidity of late-onset anorectal disease after surgery and radiotherapy for the treatment of childhood cancer are not known.

When "A Headache is Not Just a Headache": A Qualitative Examination of Parent and Child Experiences of Pain After Childhood Cancer.

Today over 80% of children diagnosed with cancer are expected to survive. Despite the high prevalence of pain associated with the diagnosis and treatment of childhood cancer, there is a limited understanding of how having cancer shapes children's experience and meaning of pain after treatment has ended. This study addresses this gap by exploring childhood cancer survivors' (CCS') experiences of pain from their perspective and the perspective of their parents.

Alcohol Intake and Risk of Lethal Prostate Cancer in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study.

It is unknown whether alcohol intake is associated with the risk of lethal (metastatic or fatal) prostate cancer. We examine (1) whether alcohol intake among men at risk of prostate cancer is associated with diagnosis of lethal prostate cancer and (2) whether intake among men with nonmetastatic prostate cancer is associated with metastasis or death.

Mortality After Breast Cancer Among Survivors of Childhood Cancer: A Report From the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study.

Female survivors of childhood cancer have a high risk of subsequent breast cancer. We describe the ensuing risk for mortality and additional breast cancers.

Temporal trends in incidence of childhood cancer in Switzerland, 1985-2014.

Incidence of childhood cancer increased in most countries worldwide, but reasons are unclear. This study investigates trends of childhood cancer incidence in Switzerland from 1985 to 2014.

Hyperthyroidism Following Radiation Therapy for Childhood Cancer: A Report from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study.

The association of hyperthyroidism with exposure to ionizing radiation is poorly understood. This study addresses the risk of hyperthyroidism in relation to incidental therapeutic radiation dose to the thyroid and pituitary glands in a large cohort of survivors of childhood cancer.

Context-dependent genetic interactions in cancer.

Genetic co-dependencies have been found in many contexts, from processes during the development of organisms to many diseases in man, including cancer. Genetic interactions - and in particular synthetic lethal phenotypes - have provided fundamental insights into the genetic architecture of cells and identified potential new opportunities for therapeutic interventions. However, recent studies also demonstrated that genetic interactions are highly context dependent and synthetic lethal interactions in one tum...

Racial and ethnic disparities in neurocognitive, emotional, and quality-of-life outcomes in survivors of childhood cancer: A report from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study.

Survivors of childhood cancer are at risk of neurocognitive impairment, emotional distress, and poor health-related quality of life (HRQOL); however, the effect of race/ethnicity is understudied. The objective of this study was to identify race/ethnicity-based disparities in neurocognitive, emotional, and HRQOL outcomes among survivors of childhood cancer.

Paediatric surgery for childhood cancer: Lasting experiences and needs of children and parents.

Surgery for paediatric cancer presents many stresses on patients and families. The authors aimed to understand the long-term impact of childhood cancer surgery on survivors and parents.

Influence of health insurance status on childhood cancer treatment outcomes in Kenya.

Survival of childhood cancer in high-income countries is approximately 80%, whereas in low-income countries, it is less than 10%. Limited access to health insurance in low-income settings may contribute to poor survival rates. This study evaluates the influence of health insurance status on childhood cancer treatment in a Kenyan academic hospital.

Therapy-Related Cardiac Risk in Childhood Cancer Survivors: An Analysis of the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study.

The impacts of radiotherapy dose and exposed cardiac volume, select chemotherapeutic agents, and age at exposure on risk for late-onset cardiac disease in survivors of childhood cancer remain unresolved.

Hepatic late adverse effects after antineoplastic treatment for childhood cancer.

Survival rates have greatly improved as a result of more effective treatments for childhood cancer. Unfortunately, the improved prognosis has been accompanied by the occurrence of late, treatment-related complications. Liver complications are common during and soon after treatment for childhood cancer. However, among long-term childhood cancer survivors, the risk of hepatic late adverse effects is largely unknown. To make informed decisions about future cancer treatment and follow-up policies, it is importa...

Rare cancers in childhood and adolescence in Brazil: First report of data from 19 population-based cancer registries.

Rare childhood cancer is challenging to define. The Italian Pediatric Rare Tumor (TREP) Study considers rare tumors to include solid malignancies characterized by an annual incidence rate of

Living as a cancer survivor: A qualitative study on the experiences of Belgian adolescents and young adults (AYAs) after childhood cancer.

Insight was sought in how a childhood cancer experience plays a role in daily life of adolescents and young adults (AYA) survivors.

Suicides and deaths linked to risky health behavior in childhood cancer patients: A Nordic population-based register study.

Childhood cancer survivors have been reported to be vulnerable to psychiatric morbidities and risky health behavior. Suicides, substance abuse, accidents, and violence as causes of death can be regarded as an extreme manifestation of risky health behavior. In the current study, the authors studied the risk of suicide and other risky health behavior-related deaths among childhood cancer patients in Denmark, Finland, and Sweden.

Targeting prosurvival BCL2 signaling through Akt blockade sensitizes castration-resistant prostate cancer cells to enzalutamide.

Prostate cancer that recurs after initial treatment inevitably progresses to castration-resistant prostate cancer (CRPC), the lethal stage of the disease. Despite improvements in outcomes from next generation androgen receptor (AR)-axis inhibitors, CRPC remains incurable. Therapeutic strategies to target AR antagonist resistance are urgently needed to improve outcomes for men with this lethal form of prostate cancer.

Cost-Effectiveness of Colonoscopy-Based Colorectal Cancer Screening in Childhood Cancer Survivors.

Childhood Cancer Survivors (CCS) are at increased risk of developing colorectal cancer (CRC) compared to the general population, especially those previously exposed to abdominal or pelvic radiation therapy (APRT). However, the benefits and costs of CRC screening in CCS are unclear. In this study, we evaluated the cost-effectiveness of early-initiated colonoscopy screening in CCS.

Skin cancer early detection practices among adult survivors of childhood cancer treated with radiation.

Because rates of skin cancer are greater among adult survivors of childhood cancer who received radiation therapy than the general population, the National Cancer Institute recommends skin self-examinations and annual physician examination. There has been no comprehensive assessment of survivor's adherence with skin cancer screening guidelines associated with skin self-examination (SSE) and physician whole-body skin examination (PSE). We conducted a cross-sectional survey of radiation-treated, adult five-ye...

Development and Implementation of Survivorship Tools to Enable Medical Follow-Up After Childhood Cancer Treatment in Southern Sweden.

Survival rates after childhood cancer have increased from 20% to 80% since the 1970s. The increased number of survivors emphasizes the importance of late effects and their monitoring. Late effects may have a strong impact on quality of life in survivors. The purpose of this study was to make key data in a quality registry available for direct clinical use, enabling health care professionals to perform efficient and appropriate long-term medical follow-up after childhood cancer treatment.

Parental age and the risk of childhood acute myeloid leukemia: results from the Childhood Leukemia International Consortium.

Parental age has been associated with several childhood cancers, albeit the evidence is still inconsistent.

Risk of subsequent primary leukaemias among 69,460 five-year survivors of childhood cancer diagnosed from 1940 to 2008 in Europe: A cohort study within PanCareSurFup.

Survivors of childhood cancers are at risk of developing subsequent primary leukaemias (SPLs), but the long-term risks beyond 20 years of treatment are still unclear. We investigated the risk of SPLs in five-year childhood cancer survivors using a large-scale pan-European (PanCareSurFup) cohort and evaluated variations in the risk by cancer and demographic factors.


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