Childhood Cancer Survivorship

Getting cancer is something NOBODY wants, and it is even more tragic when a young soul is diagnosed with cancer. Fighting cancer is a battle that leaves many scars, not all of them physical… Those who have survived cancer are often left with a different appreciation of life, even children who have not yet lived […]

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Improving the quality-of-life for cancer survivors

Through our support of research and the Long-Term Follow-Up Clinic at the University of Minnesota, the first clinic of it’s kind in the world, physician researchers can learn more about the medical, neurocognitive, and emotional late-effects of childhood cancer treatments and provide health care based on risk factors associated with prior cancer treatment. Childhood cancer, […]

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