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  • Genetics

    2019

    Protein-altering variants (PAV) associated with BMI in the general population and their roles in survivors of childhood cancer.

    Author(s): Yadav Sapkota

  • Psychology, Genetics

    2019

    Genetic determinants of posttraumatic stress disorder in pediatric cancer survivors.

    Author(s): Donghao Lu

  • Genetics

    2019

    GWAS of cisplatin-induced, radiation-induced, and de novo hearing loss.

    Author(s): M. Eileen Dolan

  • Genetics

    2019

    A genome-wide association study for frailty in adult survivors of childhood cancer.

    Author(s): Melissa Richard

  • Chronic Disease

    2019

    Influence of Radiotherapy Dose to Cardiac Substructures on Cardiac Risk in Long-Term Survivors of Childhood Cancer  

    Author(s): James Bates

  • Psychology, Cancer Control

    2019

    Temporal Changes in Unemployment of Survivors of Childhood Cancer: A Report from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study (CCSS).

    Author(s): Neel Bhatt

  • Psychology

    2019

    Temporal changes in therapy and neurocognitive outcomes, social attainment, and quality of life in adult survivors of pediatric brain tumors.

    Author(s): Ingrid Tonning Olsson

  • Psychology

    2019

    Neurocognitive Functioning, Emotional Status and Quality of Life among Asian/Pacific Islander Childhood Cancer Survivors.

    Author(s): Satomi Sato

  • Genetics

    2019

    A genome-wide association study of hypertension in adult survivors of childhood cancer.

    Author(s): Jeanne Pierzynski

  • Psychology

    2019

    Predictors of Neurocognitive and Psychosocial Outcomes in Long-Term Survivors of Hodgkin Lymphoma: A Report from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study.

    Author(s): AnnaLynn Williams

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