Genetic risk of getting second cancer tallied for pediatric survivors

Faulty genes, not just treatment side effects, to blame for double whammy

childhood cancer

RISK ROUNDUP  Some pediatric cancer survivors carry genetic mutations that increase the risk of a later, second cancer.


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