Adults who survived childhood retinoblastoma have limited cognitive and social issues later in life.
Continued skin surveillance is important for survivors of cutaneous melanoma (CM), indicate findings showing that this is the most common second primary cancer among persons with a first CM.
Genetic evaluations by a multidisciplinary health team improved risk prediction for children with retinoblastoma and their relatives, and prevented overuse of clinical screening tests.
Surgeons can use a new technique to prevent blindness when treating patients with eye cancer, according to a study published in Archives of Ophthalmology (2010 Jul;128(7):888-93).
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