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Childhood cancer survivors at risk

Women who received chest radiation to treat a childhood cancer ought to have an annual mammogram, because they are at increased risk of breast cancer. A new study shows that this does not happen, particularly among younger women. The need for ongoing monitoring therefore should be made more clear so that childhood cancer survivors do not put themselves at risk.

Read more here: http://www.tele-management.ca/2013/11/childhood-cancer-survivors-at-risk/

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