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The heart of the matter – cancer survivors and heart disease

Cancer treatments can result in damage to the heart both during treatment and years following completion of therapy. As many cancer survivors are now living longer into adulthood, we’re gaining a better understanding of some of the late effects of cancer treatments that we weren’t able to observe before.

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Three things for parents and clinicians to know about adolescents and young adults with cancer

AYA diagnosed with cancer are just like any other teen or twenty-something. They have vocational aspirations, are working to develop a strong sense of self, have struggles with their body image and want to distinguish themselves from their caregivers. But these processes can become that much more difficult to navigate when an AYA must also learn to cope with a cancer diagnosis.

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