Study ID: COG ALTE03N1
Key Adverse Events after Childhood Cancer
The goals of this study are to look at how late-occurring complications develop among patients going through treatment for childhood cancer and to see how late-occurring complications relate to the type of cancer, stage of cancer and treatment. In addition this study aims to compare cancer patients who have a late-occurring complication(s) to cancer patients who do not have a late-occurring complication(s) (but have the same diagnosis) in order to see if certain individuals, cancer treatment(s), or genes) are related to an increased risk of getting a late-occurring complication(s).
Fargo Region, Sioux Falls Region
Kayelyn Wagner, MD,Samuel Anim, MD
LTE (Late Effects)
Active - Open to Accrual
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