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Prof Michelle Haber of @KidsCancerInst believes that a 100% cure rate for childhood cancer is possible. The CEO Magazine interviews our remarkable researcher regarding why this is achievable. @CMRI_AUS @kids_research @UNSWObGyn_Paeds @HNEkidshealth
The Children’s Cancer Institute is calling on CEOs to help end childhood cancer with the CEO Dare to Cure
Professor Michelle Haber, Executive Director of the Children’s Cancer Institute, has dedicated her life to finding better treatments and, ultima...
Congratulations @PerriTutelman @EK_Drake on this lovely paper, unpacking some of the clinical complexities of working with #AYA #cancer #patients for whom cure is not possible. This stuff is hard for everyone involved to talk about, #clinicians included. #PedPC
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“⏰ #ICYMI - Just published 📬 #Research: Health Care Providers’ Experiences Caring for Adolescents and Young Adults with Terminal Canc...
Interested in global oncology trends, read this recent report from @IQVIA_global
Global Oncology Trends 2019
About the Report A record number of new oncology drugs has been approved in recent years, bringing new treatment options to patients. However, despite...
Managing information needs about #pain and #fatigue in long-term survivors can help to mitigate #FearOfCancerRecurrence and ease survivors’ disease-related uncertainty and anxiety.
Want to read more? https://t.co/miIPA39G0g
Perceived cancer-related pain and fatigue, information needs, and fear of cancer recurrence among adult survivors of childhood cancer
Pain and fatigue are under-researched late effects of childhood cancer and its treatment, and may be interpreted by survivors as indicating cancer rec...