Helping childhood cancer survivors

While survival rates for childhood cancers are increasing, researchers are concerned most survivors are not returning for necessary, long-term follow up care.
| UNSW Newsroom

While survival rates for childhood cancers are increasing, researchers are concerned most survivors are not returning for necessary, long-term follow up care.

That’s where two UNSW Medicine academics are stepping in, by encouraging survivors to take part in a study, which will ultimately help the health of others in a similar situation.

For more information about the work, go to the Behavioural Sciences Unit in the Kids Cancer Centre, Sydney Children's Hospital.