Healthy Living After Childhood Cancer
A look at tips for living healthy, managing fatigue and follow up care needs after having childhood cancer.
Dental Health After Pediatric Cancer Therapy
It is thought that both chemotherapy and radiation may affect dental health over time.
Risk for Cardiac (Heart) Problems Related to Anthracycline Chemotherapy for Childhood Cancer
Certain chemotherapy medicines and radiation therapy can increase the risk for developing heart disease.
Fertility and Sexuality Concerns After Childhood Cancer for Men
Fertility and sexual function are common concerns for men and boys after treatment for childhood cancer.
Fertility and Sexuality Concerns for Women After Pelvic Radiation for Childhood Cancers
Questions and concerns about fertility and sexuality are common for women who have been treated with pelvic and abdominal radiation for childhood cancers.
A Woman’s Risk of Infertility After Childhood Cancer Treatment
Whether or not a woman is able to have a baby after cancer treatment is not easy to predict and it is a common concern for women who have been treated for childhood cancers.
Skin Care After Cancer Therapy for Childhood Cancer
Radiation makes the skin more sensitive and increases the risk of developing skin cancers and other skin issues.
Managing Amputation/ Limb Salvage after Cancer Therapy
Information about the long-term side effects of amputation and limb salvage used as treatment for pediatric cancer.
Thyroid Issues After Childhood Cancer Treatment
Radiation therapy, including I-131 and MIBG, to the neck area can affect thyroid function or result in thyroid nodules.
Risk for Pulmonary (Lung) Problems Related to Cancer Therapy
Information about pulmonary toxicity after treatment of pediatrics cancers.
Risk for Breast Cancer after Treatment for Childhood Cancer
Information about the risk for breast cancer after treatment of pediatric cancer.
Risk for Renal (Kidney) Problems
Information about the risk of renal (kidney) problems after treatment for pediatric cancer.