Hospital-related morbidity among childhood cancer survivors in British Columbia, Canada: report of the childhood, adolescent, young adult cancer survivors (CAYACS) program.

@article{Lorenzi2011HospitalrelatedMA,
  title={Hospital-related morbidity among childhood cancer survivors in British Columbia, Canada: report of the childhood, adolescent, young adult cancer survivors (CAYACS) program.},
  author={Maria Lorenzi and Lijing Xie and P. Clint Rogers and Sheila Pritchard and Karen Jane Goddard and Mary L. McBride},
  journal={International journal of cancer},
  year={2011},
  volume={128 7},
  pages={1624-31}
}
Our study examines inpatient, hospital-related morbidity in a geographically-defined cohort of long-term cancer survivors diagnosed before age 20 years in the province of British Columbia (BC), Canada. A total of 1374 survivors diagnosed from 1981 to 1995 surviving at least 5-years postdiagnosis, and a matched sample of 13,740 BC residents, were identified from population registers, and linked to provincial hospitalization records from 1986 to 2000. Logistic regression was used to assess… CONTINUE READING

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