Pediatric Oncology

Description :

Pediatrics cancers that occur between birth and 15 years of age. Childhood cancers are rare and may differ from adult cancers in the way they grow and spread, how they are treated, and how they respond to treatment. Childhood cancers comprise neuroblastoma (begins in certain nerve cells), leukemia (begins in blood-forming tissue such as bone marrow), lymphoma (begins in the cells of the immune system), retinoblastoma (begins in the tissues of the retina), Wilms tumour (a type of kidney cancer), and cancers of the brain, bone, and soft tissue.

Cancers that are exclusive to children include:
•    Neuroblastoma (7% of cases)
•    Wilms tumour (5% of cases)
•    Rhabdomyosarcoma (3 to 4% of cases)
•    Retinoblastoma (3% of cases)
Children who survive cancer have more than years, adults to develop long-term consequences of chemotherapy and radiation therapy, which include
•    Infertility
•    Poor growth
•    Cardiac damage
•    Psychosocial effects

Related Pediatric Oncology Conferences | Pediatric Oncology Conferences 2020 |  Pediatric Oncology Congress |  Pediatric Oncology Congress 2020 |  Pediatric Oncology Meetings |  Pediatric Oncology Meetings 2020 |  Pediatric Oncology  |  Pediatric Oncology Events 2020 

European Breast Cancer Conference, Barcelona, Spain; European Association for Cancer Research Congress, Torino To, Italy; Esmo Breast Cancer 2020, Berlin, Germany; Esmo Sarcoma And Gist Symposium 2020,Milano MI, Italy; Breast Cancer Congress 2020,Paris, France; 7th Immunotherapy of Cancer Conference, Munich, Germany

Related Associations 
Center for Cancer Research Investigators, Weight Loss Surgery Associated with Breast Cancer Risk, Research Associate in Cancer Epigenomics, Cancer Data Management, Associate of Applied Science, Skin Cancer - British Association of Dermatologists, Regional Cancer Care Associates' Central Jersey Division