Childhood cancer raises risk of second primary cancer

05/27/2009 | Yahoo!

A Danish study of more than 47,000 people diagnosed with cancer before age 20 found they had a higher lifelong risk for developing a second cancer, especially among men. The brain was the most common site of the second primary cancer. Researchers said the results will help in the future screening and care of childhood cancer survivors.

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