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A. Bleyer, R. Barr (2007)Comprar Cancer in Adolescents and Young Adults | Bleyer, Archie W. | 9783540408420 | Springer
[For over a decade adolescent and young adults (AYA) with cancer have been recognised to have specific healthcare challenges. Epidemiological reports in the early 2000s noted that AYA patients had a different spectrum of cancers to that observed in children and older adults, AYAs had poorer outcomes than children with the same malignancies, and that the improvements in cancer survival observed in children and older adults had not been matched in the AYA cancer population. As a result, several countries developed initiatives that brought together clinical service and research needs to develop AYA clinical infrastructure and to deliver programmes of AYA cancer research with a view to improve cancer outcomes in this population.]
Published: Aug 31, 2017
Keywords: AYA; Cancer; Adolescent; Teenage; Young adult; Epidemiology; Incidence; Survival
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