Pediatric Comprehensive Cancer Care

 Childhood cancer is a region of oncology that has seen both striking improvement and in addition generous proceeding with challenges. While survival rates for some pediatric growths display an account of achievement, for some sorts of pediatric malignancies, little advance has been made. Numerous growth medications are known to cause noteworthy intense reactions, as well as prompt various long term health hazards and decreased risks. Indeed, even in situations where the disease is viewed as reparable, the outcomes of treatment display considerable long term health and psychosocial concerns for kids, their families, their communities, and our health system.


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