Pediatric Cancer

“Considering the frequency of both pediatric cancer survivorship and of late toxicities related to treatment, childhood cancer is often the cancer diagnosis that lasts a lifetime,” said Kerry Parsons, PharmD.
“Considering the frequency of both pediatric cancer survivorship and of late toxicities related to treatment, childhood cancer is often the cancer diagnosis that lasts a lifetime.”
Approximately one-fourth of children, adolescents, and young adults with advanced cancer were eligible for a targeted therapy after genotyping their tumors in the screening protocol of the Pediatric Molecular Analysis for Therapy Choice (MATCH) clinical trial.

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