(Bloomberg) — Survivors of childhood cancers are likely to have chronic ailments such as lower lung function and heart conditions that require medical attention as they become adults, researchers say.
The prevalence of these health concerns increased as the survivors aged, and two-thirds of those treated for childhood cancer reported a severe, disabling or life-threatening condition as adults, according to a study released yesterday in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
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