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  • Cancer Control

    2020

    Financial Hardship in Survivors of Childhood Cancer and their Siblings: Overview paper

    Author(s): Paul Nathan

  • Epi/Biostats

    2020

    Association of Individual and Neighborhood characteristics and adverse outcomes in childhood cancer survivors.

    Author(s): Carrie Howell

  • Cancer Control

    2020

    Understanding Coverage Continuity, Healthcare Utilization, and Cost among Childhood Cancer Survivors Within the Medicaid System: A Report from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study.

    Author(s): Xu Ji

  • Chronic Disease

    2020

    Genome-wide association to study dyslipidemia in adult survivors of childhood cancer.

    Author(s): Vincent Pluimakers

  • Cancer Control, Chronic Disease

    2020

    Use and correlates of carotid ultrasound in survivors of childhood cancer: a report from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study. 

    Author(s): Emily Tonorezos

  • Chronic Disease, Cancer Control, Epi/Biostats

    2020

    Disparities in cardiovascular outcomes among childhood cancer survivors.

    Author(s): David Noyd

  • Chronic Disease

    2020

    Risk factors for and outcomes of late amputation among survivors of childhood lower extremity sarcoma: a report from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study

    Author(s): Erik Geiger

  • Chronic Disease

    2019

    Development and validation of a prediction model for end-stage renal disease in childhood cancer survivors.

    Author(s): Natalie Wu

  • Psychology

    2019

    Cognitive aging in adult survivors of childhood cancer.

    Author(s): Nicholas Phillips

  • Genetics

    2019

    Developing a clinical and genetic risk prediction model for diabetes mellitus among survivors of childhood cancer.

    Author(s): Melissa Richard

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