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For over a decade, Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation (US, national; now called American Childhood Cancer Association) published a semi-quarterly journal with great articles.
In my table of contents, I have only included the article titles. Each issue also has an story or poem or two by a parent or by a young person with cancer, alerts to good books, and other useful information. All good reading. The newsletters are here:
- Relapsed ALL: Chemotherapy vs Transplant
- Suicidal Thoughts and Attempts in Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer Survivors
- Health-Related Outcomes for Hodgkin Disease Survivors - COG ALTE04N1
- New Resources for Survivors of Children with Cancer
- Relapsed ALL: Questions for Parents to Ask
- Targeted Therapeutics: An Introduction
- Osteonecrosis: Bone Pain & Loss of Function in Child Cancer Survivors by Nina Kadan-Lottick, M.D.
- The Problem of Pain in Childhood Cancer Survivors
- Stories from Adult and Child Survivors Who Have Suffered with Chronic Pain
- Age Matters: The Problems with Teen Cancer Care by Karen Albritton MD
- FMLA Regulations Being Challenged by Ruth Hoffman
- Neuropsychological Testing: An Excerpt from Educating the Child with Cancer
- Family Medical Leave Act and Childhood Cancer by Ruth I. Hoffman
- Genetics and Anti-Leukemia Therapy: The TPMT Story by Mary Relling MD
- New Approaches for Resistant Brain Tumors by Roger Packer MD (Includes Rhabdoid Tumors)
- Improving Informed Consent in Childhood Cancer Trials by Eric Kodish MD
- Late Effects Of Treatment To The Teeth by Nancy Keene & Kevin Oeffinger MD
- It’s only a Phase! Clinical Trials Part II by Dr. Susan Shurin, MD
- Comprehensive Follow-Up Programs: A Necessity Not A Luxury by Nancy Keene & Kevin Oeffinger MD
- Clinical Trials Part I by Steven Hirschfeld MD
- Study Launched on Rare Inherited Bone Marrow Failure Disorders and Cancer Risk http://marrowfailure.cancer.gov.
- Targeting Cancer In The 21st Century by Brian J. Druker, M.D.
- Bone Health after Childhood Cancer by Nancy Keene and Kevin Oeffinger, MD
- New Alliance to Advocate For Children With Cancer Formally Announced
- FDA Considers Suspending ‘Pediatric Rule’ by Ruth Hoffman
- Palliative or Hospice Care: Does my child need this service? By Joanne Hilden MD and Sarah Friebert MD
- Cognitive Late Effects To The Brain, Part II By Nancy Keene and Kevin Oeffinger MD
- Cognitive Late effects in Leukemia Survivors By Nancy Keene and Kevin Oeffinger MD
- Treating High-Risk Neuroblastoma at the Turn of the Century by C. Patrick Reynolds, MD PhD and Beth Hasenauer, RN MS
- Late Effects to the Thyroid Gland By Nancy Keene and Kevin Oeffinger MD
- From Petrie Dish to Patient: Targeting Cancer with Monoclonal Antibodies by Susan Edmonds
- Late Effects to the Heart: Radiation and the Heart by Nancy Keene and Kevin Oeffinger MD
- Children’s Oncology Group (COG): New Cooperative Group Created to Cure and Prevent
- Genetic Changes in Cancer Second of Three Parts by Eric P. Hoffman PhD
- Long Term Follow Up Care: Is it Necessary? By Nancy Keene and Kevin Oeffinger MD
- Practical Genetics in Cancer: The Human Genetic Code by Eric P. Hoffman PhD
- Second Malignancies? by Nancy Keene and Kevin Oeffinger M.D.
- Study: Avoiding vitamins A, E might improve cancer therapy
- Your Child and the Individualized Education Program (IEP) by Ruth Hoffman
- Cord Blood Transplantation by Leonard Johnson, M.D.
- Hepatitis C in survivors of childhood cancer by Nancy Keene and Kevin Oeffinger M.D.
- Low-cost or free health insurance for kids is here
- The Americans With Disabilities Act by Mary Helmreich
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