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Purpose: In Europe, 20,000 Adolescent and Young Adults (AYAs) aged 15–25 years are diagnosed with cancer annually. Although prognosis is good, AYA cancer survivors are at greater risk of second primary cancers, cardiovascular disease, and various long-term effects. Benefits of physical activity...
Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) is a disease that affects immature lymphocytes in the blood and presents a high prevalence rate in children and adolescent young adult (AYA) populations (15–39 years). AYAs are a unique group who face a significant therapeutic disadvantage when treated with the...
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