Challenges after treatment for Childhood Cancer, An Issue of Pediatric Clinics of North America, 1st Edition

Authors :
Max J. Coppes & Leontien Kremer
Date of Publication: 11/2020
In collaboration with Consulting Editor, Dr. Bonita Stanton, Drs. Max J. Coppes and Leontien Kremer have created a comprehensive issue devoted to Challenges After treatment for Childhood Cancer. They have selected top experts to provide current clini ...view more
In collaboration with Consulting Editor, Dr. Bonita Stanton, Drs. Max J. Coppes and Leontien Kremer have created a comprehensive issue devoted to Challenges After treatment for Childhood Cancer. They have selected top experts to provide current clinical reviews for clinicians. Articles are specifically devoted to the following topics: Stories from survivors and introduction to survivorship; What we know about survivors and how we know this: Early studies, early cohorts, registries and current cohorts of survivors; Radiotherapy and late effects; Guidelines for survivorship care after childhood cancer; Lifestyle, fatigue, social integration in survivors; Psychological & neurocognitive health; Second cancer risk: Risk, exposures, genetics; Cardiovascular and pulmonary disease; Fertility and reproductive complications; Endocrine health conditions; Renal and hepatic health after childhood cancer; Hearing and other neurologic problems; and The future of survivorship. Pediatricians will come away with clinical updates that they need to improve patient outcomes.
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Together with Consulting Editor Dr. Bonita Stanton, Guest Editors Dr. Max Coppes and Leontein Kremer have put together a comprehensive monograph that updates pediatricians on pediatric cancer survivorship. They have selected worldwide experts who have contributed the most current clinical reviews to provide the information you need for care of the pediatric cancer patient. Articles are devoted specifically to the following topics: Stories from survivors and introduction to survivorship; What we know about survivors and how we know this: Early studies, early cohorts, registries and current cohorts of survivors; Radiotherapy and late effects; Guidelines for survivorship care after childhood cancer; Lifestyle, fatigue, social integration in survivors; Psychological & neurocognitive health; Second cancer risk: Risk, exposures, genetics;  Cardiovascular (including genetics ) and pulmonary disease; Fertility and reproductive complications; Endocrine health conditions, including thyroid, growth, bone, and metabolic syndrome; Renal and hepatic health after childhood cancer; Hearing and other neurologic problems; and The future of survivorship (future challenges and research) including new agents. Pediatricians will come away with the information they need to improve patient outcomes.

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Edited by Max J. Coppes, MD, PhD, MBA, Children's National Medical Center, Washington, DC and Leontien Kremer, Prinses Maxima Centrum,Netherlands