The Childhood Cancer Survivor Study (CCSS) Investigator Meetings discuss the long-term effects of cancer and therapy on childhood and adolescent cancer survivors. The meetings introduce the CCSS along with opportunities for researchers to utilize this unique NIH-funded resource for research regarding long-term pediatric cancer survivorship outcomes and intervention approaches for the prevention and early detection of late effects.
The CCSS Investigator Meetings are open to any investigator interested in childhood cancer survivorship research.
The meetings are typically held every 1 – 2 years. When applicable, registration information will be on this page in advance of the meeting.
Please click a link below to review previous Investigator Meeting information for a specific year. In general, the information will include a meeting book, reports from the Principal Investigator, Support Centers, and Working Groups, as well as research presentations by investigators who have used the CCSS resource.
All reports are in PDF format, which requires Adobe Acrobat software to open. Right click to open a document in a new window. Where a presentation includes video, click on the link to access the video.