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Health Issues and Concerns
Survivors of childhood cancer can learn how to continue to care for and be aware of their body. The information in this section is geared towards helping childhood cancer survivors learn more about what they can do to care for their physical and emotional health.
Wellness Management - This section addresses your need as a survivor of childhood cancer to continue to care for and be aware of your body. This section lays out some important preventative health practices as recommendations for adult cancer prevention and early detection. This section is not meant to cause you fear of developing a second malignancy, rather its purpose is to encourage you to decrease your risks by good preventative health practices. This section also confronts many of the long-term side-effects that are outcomes of childhood cancer and treatment. The purpose of this section is to educate people on the side-effects to build a better understanding, and to provide further information so people can go and learn about their particular situation.
Emotional Well-Being - Your emotional well-being is an important aspect of your health. This section includes information on some possible emotional side-effects from a life-threatening experience, like cancer. The section also contains information on ways that you can learn to help yourself and build a stronger emotional and physical health.
Past, Present and Future of Medicine - The development for treatment for childhood cancer has come so far in the recent past and continues to move in the direction of a cure. This is an overview of where the development has come from, where we are today, and what the future holds for us.
Personal Experiences - Survivors have encountered a range of experiences within health issues. This section includes stories, by survivors, about their personal experiences. The willingness of others to share their stories gives you the chance to learn from and relate to the experiences of others.

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