Survival of children and adolescents and young adults (AYAs) treated for cancer has increased with improved treatments. However, there is still an increased risk of second primary cancer (SPC) in the long term compared with the same-age population, especially related to treatments. The follow-up of this population and the prevention of SPC are important issues.

Authors: J. Carretier, H. Boyle, S. Duval, T. Philip, V. Laurence, D.P. Stark, C. Berger, P. Marec-Bérard, B. Fervers

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