Study: Childhood Cancer Leaves Mark on Adult Survivors Adults who have survived a childhood cancer treatment may face a greater risk of physical and emotional complications, according to research in this week's Journal of the American Medical Association. Though survivors often report long-term emotional and physical after-effects of treatment, the researchers also found great resiliency among many of the childhood cancer patients. NPR's Rachel Jones reports.
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Study: Childhood Cancer Leaves Mark on Adult Survivors

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Study: Childhood Cancer Leaves Mark on Adult Survivors

Study: Childhood Cancer Leaves Mark on Adult Survivors

Study: Childhood Cancer Leaves Mark on Adult Survivors

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Adults who have survived a childhood cancer treatment may face a greater risk of physical and emotional complications, according to research in this week's Journal of the American Medical Association. Though survivors often report long-term emotional and physical after-effects of treatment, the researchers also found great resiliency among many of the childhood cancer patients. NPR's Rachel Jones reports.