Yale Cancer Center Study Shows Neuromuscular Dysfunction in Long-Term Childhood Cancer Survivors

Yale School of Medicine


"Researchers estimated the frequency of conditions that affect strength, sensation, and balance in long-term survivors. The data showed survivors were nearly ten times more likely than siblings to have one of these debilitating conditions, that nearly a quarter of survivors had at least one condition within 20 years following their diagnosis, and that survivors with these conditions were more likely to experience emotional distress and unemployment." Read Article>>

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