Surviving childhood cancer

Peter McIntyre

Childhood cancer is increasingly about being cured. But developing bodies can suffer life-long damage from toxic treatments, and developing personalities become moulded by the experience of battling cancer and living with uncertainty. In the third part of our series on Living with the consequences, survivors and doctors talk about managing a journey that never ends.

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