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  • Second Opinion

SECOND OPINION | Late Effects of Cancer Treatments | PBS

Duration: 05:54
Program: Second Opinion

Treatment of cancer involves the use of strong drugs that target the cancer with the goal of curing it, but these often life saving treatments y can leave a wake of long-term physical and mental effects that patients are often not prepared for. Once cancer treatment is over, it is important to continue follow-up care and to understand the late effects of cancer treatment.



Post Date: September 9, 2010