Information about late effects is a prerequisite for survivors of childhood cancers to engage in self-management of their health. Yet, many lack such knowledge. This study investigated to what extent: (1) potential late effects were discussed with adolescent and young adult (AYA)-aged survivors (of pediatric cancer), and (2) information about late effects was provided by the pediatric oncologists (POs) during routine follow-up consultations.

Authors: Anneli V. Mellblom, Live Korsvold, Arnstein Finset, Jon Loge, Ellen Ruud, and Hanne C. Lie

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