Pediatric Cancer

Paige Johnson, DNP, CPNP, CPHON, discusses some of the characteristics that contribute to poor prognosis in infants with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, the results of clinical trials evaluating newer therapies to treat the disease, and what the future holds in terms of novel strategies.

“Considering the frequency of both pediatric cancer survivorship and of late toxicities related to treatment, childhood cancer is often the cancer diagnosis that lasts a lifetime.”
“Considering the frequency of both pediatric cancer survivorship and of late toxicities related to treatment, childhood cancer is often the cancer diagnosis that lasts a lifetime,” said Kerry Parsons, PharmD.

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