Pediatric cancer survivorship research: experience of the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study.

@article{Leisenring2009PediatricCS,
  title={Pediatric cancer survivorship research: experience of the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study.},
  author={Wendy M Leisenring and Ann C Mertens and Gregory T Armstrong and Marilyn A Stovall and Joseph Phillip Neglia and Jennifer Q. Lanctot and John Dunning Boice and John A Whitton and Yutaka Yasui},
  journal={Journal of clinical oncology : official journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology},
  year={2009},
  volume={27 14},
  pages={2319-27}
}
The Childhood Cancer Survivor Study (CCSS) is a comprehensive multicenter study designed to quantify and better understand the effects of pediatric cancer and its treatment on later health, including behavioral and sociodemographic outcomes. The CCSS investigators have published more than 100 articles in the scientific literature related to the study. As with any large cohort study, high standards for methodologic approaches are imperative for valid and generalizable results. In this article we… CONTINUE READING

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