Late relapse and prognosis for neuroblastoma patients surviving 5 years or more: a report from the European Neuroblastoma Study Group "Survey".

@article{Cotterill2001LateRA,
  title={Late relapse and prognosis for neuroblastoma patients surviving 5 years or more: a report from the European Neuroblastoma Study Group "Survey".},
  author={Simon J Cotterill and Andrew D. J. Pearson and J. Stewart Pritchard and Janice A Kohler and Annabel B M Foot},
  journal={Medical and pediatric oncology},
  year={2001},
  volume={36 1},
  pages={235-8}
}
BACKGROUND AND PROCEDURE Most deaths from neuroblastoma occur within 2 years of diagnosis but there have been several anecdotal reports of relapse and death after much longer periods of follow up. In order to investigate and quantify the risk of late events we analysed data for patients registered with the European Neuroblastoma Study Group between 1982 and 1990. Out of a total of 1,277 children registered, 427 were alive with follow-up beyond 5 years from diagnosis (median follow-up of 8.8… CONTINUE READING

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