A Model of Health Behavior to Guide Studies of Childhood Cancer Survivors

@inproceedings{Lorane2018AMO,
  title={A Model of Health Behavior to Guide Studies of Childhood Cancer Survivors},
  author={Cheryl Lorane},
  year={2018}
}
  • Cheryl Lorane
  • Published 2018
E92 The rates of disease-free survival at five years for most childhood cancers now exceed 70%, and 1 in 900 adults from 20–45 years of age in the United States is a childhood cancer survivor (Ries et al., 1999). An array of potential late effects of radiation therapy and chemotherapy renders this population vulnerable to long-term health problems, such as second cancers (Bhatia et al., 1996; Black, Straaten, & Gutjahr, 1998; Swerdlow et al., 1997), cardiovascular problems (Green, Hyland, Chung… CONTINUE READING